Abortion is a key issue for Black women voters as Black women are three times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications.


For Black women, the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health, which eliminated the constitutional right to abortion, was the latest in a string of assaults on our right to reproductive health.


The vice president delivered a speech reflecting on the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

NAACP Vice President of Policy and Legislative Affairs Portia Reddick White said "any attack on our fundamental human rights is an attack on our democracy."

The international coalition of Black Greek organizations wants to protect women's rights.


We are living through the saying, “play stupid games, win, and stupid prizes.”


As Black Christians, we are yet again confronted with the religious mandates and reading of scripture that undermines our humanity.

If people want to be upset about comparison points during slavery, they don’t have to look any further than Justice Samuel Alito’s majority opinion in Dobbs.


The debate over abortion often overshadows the other reproductive health inequities, such as high pregnancy-related complications and deaths that women of color face. This recent decision will only widen these gaps.

Kimberly Elise is among a subset of famous Black folks who strongly believe abortion is wrong.


We will not sit down on our human right to choose.

According to the CDC, Black women are nearly three times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than white women.