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Access to abortion is already challenging. It’ll be worse with Kavanaugh

By Leslie M. Kantor Access to reproductive health care services — including family planning, cancer screenings, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, and abortion — is already under threat. However, the potential reversal of the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which established a woman’s right to an abortion, could make those […]

Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination sparks protests by women of color reproductive rights activists . 

By Natelegé Whaley Over 100 women of color reproductive rights activists from across the country gathered at U.S. Senate offices in Washington, D.C., on Thursday to protest the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. It is widely assumed President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court picks — including Kavanaugh and the already confirmed Neil Gorsuch — will be in a […]

15 Ways to Mentally and Physically Prepare for Your Abortion Procedure

By Carolyn Todd So, you’re pregnant and you don’t want to be. If you’ve decided that having an abortion is the best option for you, there will be many more questions and considerations ahead of you. Although it may feel like it right now, you’re not alone—around 650,000 women in the United States get an abortion every […]

A move to undermine women’s reproductive health

By Kelly FlanneryThe Department of Health and Human Services has proposed a binding rule that would stop health providers in clinics that receive federal public family planning money from providing patients with full and accurate reproductive health information and services. Requiring doctors to withhold information is terrible policy, and it will harm people living in poverty the […]

The Fate of Abortion in America May Lie with States, Not Roe v. Wade

By Cybele Mayes-Osterman When it comes to taking away women’s healthcare, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster just can’t make up his mind. Last Friday, McMaster signed an executive order requiring Medicaid to continue to provide “important women’s health and family planning services.” But the order had a catch—no clinics providing abortions could receive Medicaid funding. Read more. 

Abortion Access in the Age of Trump

Devon sits down with Destiny Lopez, co-director of All Above All, a group dedicated to lifting restricts that limit women’s access to abortion. They discuss what SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh means for Roe v. Wade and how Roe is out of reach for so many women already. Read more.