Roe v Wade
In a new video, Jessica Knight-Henry, deputy executive director at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee draws a connection between abortion bans and increased restrictions on maternal health outcomes.
In this moment of reproductive health, socio-economic and human rights crisis, Black women are doubling down and demanding the affirmation of our human rights.
The Supreme Court may act like some disinterested body making academic decisions on legal theory, but the justices are very clear on the partisan implications of their actions.
The leaked Supreme Court draft suggesting that Roe v. Wade could be overturned is an opportunity to acknowledge the fear and to let it move you into compassionate, thoughtful, faithful action, Rev. Kenyetta Chinwe of SisterSong writes.
Supporting the work of abortion funds and reproductive justice organizations is paramount.
With the fate of abortion access resting in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court, Black organizers reaffirm the broader issues and support building an "anti-racist and gender-inclusive model of health care."
Christianity in America is identified with an opposition to abortion. But it is an opposition without much Christian heart, writes Lisa Sharon Harper, a Black evangelical author who says the casualties are women’s actual lives and their ability to exercise agency over their own bodies, futures and stories.
One of two states at the center of the national conversation on abortion access, Mississippi is home to a formidable group of organizers. Gathering ahead of the upcoming Supreme Court oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the Mississippi Abortion Access Coalition provided some critical grounding for what's at stake in the state and across the country.
The Supreme Court's vote to keep in place Texas' restrictive abortion law that effectively undermines the historic Roe v. Wade decision is also a gut punch to the Black women who have long been demanding reproductive justice.
Here are five facts about the fight for abortion rights and what’s at stake in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a controversial Mississippi case that could undo Roe v. Wade.
Despite attacks on the right to abortion, advocates point out that it is still legal in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. But being legal alone is not enough to protect access.
Kamala Harris called out Amy Coney Barrett for not acknowledging why Trump really nominated her for the Supreme Court: To repeal Obamacare and reverse Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion law.
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