7 Ways Trump’s Agenda Is a Disaster for Latinas
By Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas
Under the best of circumstances, navigating the complexities of health care can be stressful and tricky. As most women have, I’ve needed different care at different times: For years, I prevented pregnancy by using birth control and was grateful to have abortion care available should I ever have needed it. When the time came to have my son, I was lucky to be employed and insured and grateful for my midwife and doula. Like many Latinas, I struggled with the costs of care and worried about time away from work — but even still, I faced fewer barriers than most.