The Pro-Choice Action Collective will meet tonight to plan its campaign for the next month. The meeting will plan activities for Labor Day on May 3rd, a protest against an anti-abortion rally on May 8th, and a protest in Sydney on May 29th. The Pro-Choice Action Collective is campaigning to get charges dropped against a young woman in Cairns who faces seven years' jail for allegedly importing a drug to terminate her pregnancy. All interested people are welcome at the meeting. The meeting is at 6.30 tonight on the second floor of the Trades and Labor Council building, 16 Peel St, South Brisbane – click here for a map.