Around twenty Vassar students went to Washington, D.C. to attend a conference, rally, and meetings with senators, as a part of the Never Go Back campaign. In response to fears about the possible reversal of the Roe v. Wade decision, the campaign sought to protect the reproductive rights of women. Campaigners met with senators, hoping to convince them to filibuster any Supreme Court nominees who are either anti-abortion or neutral, as just one more opposing Supreme Court justice could threaten a reversal. The trip was sponsored by Vassar’s Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, which had collected over 1,000 signatures in support of filibustering opposing nominees, garnering praise from many conference-goers.