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Black Women Voters Seek To Shake Up Midterms

By Stacy M. Brown National Newspaper Publishers Association President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., heralded 2018 as “payback year” for African Americans and other minorities who have suffered on the new presidential administration policies and it that seems Black women are in lock-step with Chavis. Two years into the presidency of Donald Trump […]

How do rape exceptions for abortion work? They don’t.

By Amanda Michelle Gomez Over the past year, Dr. Shanthi Ramesh performed abortions for seven sexual assault survivors and she recalls Medicaid insurance only paying for two. It didn’t matter that they were all technically eligible for Medicaid — meaning, they were all poor enough to receive public health insurance — or that a doctor, in her […]

Alyssa Milano On Witnessing The Kavanaugh Hearings & The US Government’s War On Women

Last month I sat vigil in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing room and watched as Brett Kavanaugh attacked the Committee, launched personal attacks and accusations against several women on the Committee, and called the powerful testimony of a woman who accused him of sexual assault the work of a political operative being set up by the Democratic party to […]

15 Practical Questions About Getting an Abortion

By Garnet Henderson So you’re pregnant and don’t want to be, or you have a wanted pregnancy but the fetus has a fatal anomaly or the pregnancy could threaten your health. Whatever the case, you want an abortion. Here’s how to get the care you need. Read more. 

Activists who are women of color march to fight against the Hyde Amendment

By Faith Osunde The date Sept. 30 marked 42 years since the passage of the Hyde Amendment, prompting activists who are women of color to march calling for an end to bans on abortion coverage. Activists in 23 states organized 55 events in their own communities to rally. Read more.