Remembering Dr. Tiller – May 31, 2014
May 31, 2014 is the fifth anniversary of the assassination of Dr. George Tiller. In order to remember Dr. Tiller, we invite you to use the images below on social media to share your remembrance of this brave man and how his legacy has effected you. We will be sharing memories of Dr. Tiller and other content on the Trust Women
South Wind Women’s Center first anniversary featured in the Wichita Eagle!
One year after opening, South Wind Clinic reports providing 1,200 abortions by Deb Gruber-Published in the Wichita Eagle on April 3, 2014. South Wind Women’s Center says it provided about 1,200 abortions in its first year. The center opened a year ago in the same building where Wichita doctor George Tiller provided abortions before Scott Roeder murdered him in church in
Julie is featured in the March Issue of MORE Magazine!
Julie Burkhart: The Woman Who Won’t Back Down by Amanda Robb-Published in the March 2014 Issue of MORE Magazine. “When Dr. George Tiller was killed by an assassin’s bullet, women in Wichita were left without a safe place to get an abortion. One year ago this April, his friend and former employee reopened the clinic. Now she herself is under attack, though
ThinkProgress Names Julie one of 10 Women’s Health Heroes of 2013
Ten Women’s Health Heroes Who Inspired Us In 2013 by Tara Culp-Ressler- Published on December 19,2013 at 10:00 am “In April, Julie Burkhart re-opened the clinic that used to house Dr. George Tiller’s former practice. Thanks to Burkhart, the women who live in Wichita have access to abortion services for the first time since Tiller was gunned down in 2009. It hasn’t
“Even in one of the toughest states in the toughest areas in the country, there is a way to prevail”
Can an abortion clinic and tough new laws co-exist? The answer may come in Wichita By Associated Press, Published: September 26 | Updated: Saturday, September 28, 9:26 AM WICHITA, Kan. — When she arrives at her job every morning, Julie Burkhart enters a bunker-like building where a pipe bomb once ripped through the walls. She passes a metal detector, an armed guard and a photo of