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By Eric March Renee Bracey Sherman was 19 when she had an abortion, and she doesn’t regret it. That, she says, is why she was livid after encountering activist Lori Szala’s stark, anti-abortion op-ed in The New York Times, which is generating furious responses from readers. Read more.
By Spencer Kornhaber “Requiem for 2016.” “Burn Your Money.” “I Know YOU Know You’re Evil.” Glancing down the list of tracks released for “Our First 100 Days,” a daily song project by and for those unhappy during Donald Trump’s early months in office, and the titles would seem to promise pointed speeches or singalongs. Read […]
By Alanna Vagianos On Thursday, the House narrowly passed the American Health Care Act aka Trumpcare ― and women around the country are readying themselves for the consequences. The legislation would effectively allow states to discriminate against women. Under the AHCA, states are allowed to waive the former Obamacare requirement that insurers cover people with pre-existing conditions. […]
By Kylie McConville. After the passage of the revised American Health Care Act (AHCA), questions about the future of women’s care hang heavy — and unfortunately, right now there are more question marks than there are answers. With access to abortion care already such a polarizing topic in our society, women wondering can you get […]
By Amy Casso For me, the struggle for reproductive autonomy has never been separate from the struggle for justice for immigrants. That’s true for many women in my family, too, whose ability to make reproductive health decisions have been deeply connected to their status as workers and to the conditions in which they lived. Our […]