Society & Culture, Practice & Voice

All Souls Stands for Reproductive Justice

Women and all genders will march in defense of reproductive rights on Saturday, October 2 at 10 am, at the Federal Building to Guthrie Green— and All Souls plans to be there. Join us Wednesday, September 29 for a church-wide sign making party. We’ll start at 5:30 pm on the Lawn during Wednesday Community Connections.

On Saturday, Marchers are encouraged to wear purple. In support of our In Her Honor women’s speaker series, wear your pearls in remembrance of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and “Chucks” in honor of VP Kamala Harris.

Represent & See All Souls at Guthrie Green!

Following the march, stop by the All Souls booth at Guthrie Green. We’ll be representing the Reproductive Justice team, OWL sex ed, family programs, and more. To volunteer to help staff the booth, please email

The sign-making party and the march are all-gender, all-ages events. See you there!

Get involved with reproductive justice at All Souls

Join our reproductive justice team, the Alliance for Reproductive Freedom. ARF works to energize and broaden support for reproductive freedom and increase awareness of how it impacts family well-being, mental and physical health, social mobility, and economic status. For information, contact

In Her Honor: Hard Conversations

Women of All Souls, is wrapping up its final event, Hard Conversations with Onikah Asamoa-Caesar on October 12, 7 pm. Join on zoom or in person. Join Onikah, Ashley Philippsen and Denita White and prepare to be challenged by the “outside the box” thinking that these dynamic women have used to change their part of the world. The panel discussion will end with a “Jeopardy” style question and answer session. Do not miss this!

Women of All Souls launched Books & Broads on first Wednesdays!

Please join Women of All Souls as we read The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois by Honoree Fanonne Jeffers. Ms. Jeffers is a fiction writer, poet, essayist, and teaches creative writing and literature at the University of Oklahoma.

You may join us in-person (masked), or online. This book club is open to all who identify as a woman. Please come prepared with thoughts and questions! We will break the book up for discussion in the following sections: October 6th—Read and discuss through Song IV (pgs 1-255), November 3rd—Read and discuss through Song VII (pgs 257-517), December 1st—Read and discuss the remainder of book. In person and on Zoom at


  1. Heads up, there will be another women’s rights March in January, let’s get thousands to attend!! More details to come…

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