House’s Hyde Amendment Vote Advances Abortion Justice and Racial Equity

August 12, 2021

Congress just took a historic step forward for racial, economic and reproductive justice 45 years in the making. Every year since 1976, lawmakers have chosen to deny insurance coverage of abortion to people working to…

The House Just Passed Federal Spending Bills Without Abortion Restrictions for the First Time in Decades

July 31, 2021

“It’s been a women of color led effort because our communities are the most impacted by Hyde,” says Destiny Lopez, co-president of All* Above All, which advocates for the repeal of Hyde. Reproductive justice organizations…

The House Just Passed a Spending Bill Without the Hyde Amendment for the First Time in 45 Years

July 30, 2021

“For 45 years, women of color have been fighting to end the Hyde Amendment, which undermines our ability to make decisions about our families and our lives,” Destiny Lopez, co-president of All* Above All, said in…

A Rare Victory for Abortion Access

June 14, 2021
The Nation

“We started where we thought we’d be lucky if we had 40 people on a bill at introduction,” said Destiny Lopez, copresident of All* Above All. “We now have 155 people in the House, 27…

To Hell with the Hyde Amendment

June 11, 2021

“We’ve had forty-plus years of bad policy,” says Destiny Lopez, co-president of All* Above All, a seven-year-old, Washington, D.C.-based group working to guarantee that abortion is available to everyone who needs it. “We’re trying to move…

Biden Moves to End Abortion Rule Targeting Low-Income Women and Women of Color

May 31, 2021

“We will get there,” Destiny Lopez, the co-president of All* Above All, told the Guardian. “It’s important to put down these markers of support, for the leader of our party to put down a marker that he supports abortion…

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