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Restricting Abortion Access Is Class Warfare

By Jex Blackmore Imagine that you’re a 24-year-old woman living in Lubbock County, Texas, and you’ve just discovered that you’re six weeks pregnant. You know you can’t afford to carry a pregnancy to term at this point in your life, so you decide to get an abortion. Read more. 

Doctors need to talk openly about race — our patients depend on it

By Aisha Wagner Once again, Black History Month has ended and led us directly into Women’s History Month. Despite these back-to-back opportunities, we are still not talking enough about the ways our society is failing these populations, especially women of color. I confess that I’ve been a part of the problem—keeping my head down and […]

How Asian American Women Are Resisting Reproductive Injustice in the US

By  Sung Yeon Choimorrow Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women are at the forefront of many movements for social change — from economic justice to immigrants’ rights and dismantling white supremacy. We’re also leading the movement for gender equality and reproductive justice. AAPIs are the fastest-growing population in the country, and as we rise in numbers and influence, we […]

The end of abortion? In your dreams, Mike Pence

By Jessica González-Rojas Vice President Pence has predicted that legal abortion would end in the U.S. “in our time,“ echoing his promise during the 2016 campaign to consign Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that upheld legal abortion in the U.S., to the “ash heap of history.” Read more.