6 things you can do to make abortion more accessible for low-income women .
By Destiny Lopez
Destiny Lopez is co-director of All* Above All, an organization focused on lifting bans that deny access to abortion coverage, especially for low-income women. This year marks 42 years of the Hyde Amendment, which limits the amount of financial help that the government can provide abortion patients. And as the country waits to learn the fate of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation, the future of Roe v. Wade is in question, too. That’s why it is so vital for us to know how to support one another in our fight for reproductive health care access. Here, Lopez explains how we can help low-income women access abortion care right now.