reproductive justice

Rewire.News, a nonprofit media outlet dedicated to reproductive health and justice, laid off five employees this week.
Black people "know more than anybody that being able to control our bodies is essential to our liberation,” said Yamani Hernandez.
My friend Alejandra had an abortion because she feared being deported and having her child ripped from her arms.
The Planned Parenthood president stood with Dreamers and supported a clean Dream Act in an essay for Time magazine.
I am inspired by the courageous women of Poland who on Monday said NO to an attempt to impose a near total ban on abortion. The women who stopped working and hit the streets, the women who made 3 October an historic day, the women of the #CzarnyProtest.
Our religiously grounded commitment to justice calls us to fight for safe, legal abortion care because we know that lack of access leads to further injustice.
1 - Every woman has the right to decide when to have children. And it is at this point that Parker's inner preacher takes
Planned Parenthood is often thought of by the public as a women's health provider. But it isn't really a women's health group -- Planned Parenthood has provided reproductive health care to people of all genders for years.
Lawmakers, prosecutors, and judges need to throw out the feticide playbook. Respect for pregnant women requires rejection of new feticide laws and repeal of any that directly or indirectly provide the basis for punishing pregnant women.
College women - many who are voting for their first time - will be significantly impacted by the 2016 election. Whereas gendered rights have been political pawns throughout history, in 2016 we are taking steps backwards. Gains made are being eroded.
Then I told my own story. The story of a 22-year-old who had never had sex - after all, nice girls did not have sex before
I’m a reproductive justice lawyer and I still struggle to fill my birth control prescription. Last summer, while at a reproductive
FASDs will not be resolved with any one simple intervention. A paradigm shift has the strongest potential to move towards healthier outcomes for pregnant people and their children.
As we celebrate International Day for Maternal Health and Rights, the documentary The American Dream shares varied maternity experiences in Black women's own voices.
On this International Women's Day, as we celebrate the achievements of women around the world, we must remember that without control over their own bodies and without choices about if, when, and how often to have children, the scope and breadth of women's ambitions is ultimately, and irrevocably, limited.
Falling in love with my son -- and by extension, babies in general -- only further cemented my conviction that abortion should be available on demand, for any reason.
Parker headlined an event celebrating the 43rd anniversary of Roe v Wade that was organized by Carol Joffe, PhD, of the University