Texans vs. the Hyde Amendment: the Fight for Affordable Abortion

September 29, 2020
Ms Magazine

We fund and provide abortion. Together, we’re united to end policies that ban insurance coverage for people we serve. One of us funds abortion care. The other provides abortion care. Our work may be different…

Ending the Hyde Amendment Would Help Stanch Healthcare Oppression for Women of Color [Op-Ed]

September 29, 2020

For all of us who fight for reproductive justice, September has been a punch to the gut. In one week alone, we learned of hysterectomies forced on immigrant women in ICE detention; we confronted the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg…

Ending the Hyde Amendment Is Essential to Achieving Justice for Black Women

September 29, 2020
The Root

As a Black woman, I’ve spent much of this year watching my own people suffer. Black women are grieving the loss of their fathers, mothers, and children in mounting numbers because of COVID-19. Black women are facing…

Ending the Hyde Amendment is no longer on the backburner

September 25, 2020
The Hill

Since news broke of the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I’ve seen headline after headline declaring the end of Roe v. Wade. Most certainly, we have reached an inflection point, as we face one of the…

Why Abortion Access During COVID-19 Is Being Unfairly Limited

April 9, 2020
Well + Good

There also remains the problem of how people will pay for abortions during an unprecedented economic crisis. According to Kelsey Ryland, director of federal strategies at All* Above All, an abortion-rights activism group, the largest burden will fall…

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