Dozens turned out for the third annual Rally for Reproductive Justice Saturday.
The event was held in on the Arkansas State Capitol grounds.
Organizers say the rally is timed to correspond with the forty year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade.
Christina Mullinax, co-president of the Little Rock chapter of the National Organization for Women told Channel 7 this year they want to broaden the conversation.
"It also includes the right to be free from domestic violence and sexual assault," Mullinax said. "It also includes access to a full range of contraception and family planning services and education."
The rally was organized by the Arkansas Coalition for Reproductive Justice.