Gallery: Abortion-rights activists protest before 4th of July Parade in Bloomington, Indiana

BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “Independence Day has been canceled due to the shortage of Independence,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “We don’t negotiate with fascists,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “Our blood is on y’all,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “No justice no peace,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “Abort the Court,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Parade attendees wearing American flag themed clothing watch as abortion-rights activists holding a rally and march pass by before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists hold protest signs while taking over the street to march in protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “I won’t go back,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “Respect our existence or expect our resistance,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester holds a sign reading, “Don’t tread on me,” as abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists hold protest signs during a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists hold a rally and march before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists march to the county justice building to protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester carries a sign reading, “Pro birth is not pro life,” as abortion-rights activists protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists hold protest signs while taking over the street to march in protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: A protester carries a sign reading, “Too young to join the military, but old enough to give birth,” and another a sign reading, “the Bible can be your guide but not my shackle,” as abortion-rights activists protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Community react while watching abortion-rights activists taking over the street to march in protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists hold protest signs while taking over the street and marching past the Monroe County Courthouse in protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – JULY 4: Abortion-rights activists hold protest signs while taking over the street and marching past the Monroe County Courthouse in protest before the Fourth of July Parade on July 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Indiana. The Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe v. Wade June 24, 2022, which will allow states like Indiana to fully criminalize abortion. The Indiana legislature will hold a special session on July 25th. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)

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