The first presidential debate Monday night mentioned many controversial things: stop-and-frisk policy, Donald Trump’s history of bankruptcy, and even Hillary Clinton’s appearance. But one topic the debate didn’t address was abortion.
The First Debate Didn’t Mention Abortion Even Though The Theme Was “Prosperity, Direction & Security”
A new study shows that despite anti-abortion laws that complicate women’s access to reproductive health care, a majority of women seeking abortion still ultimately complete the procedure.
Trust Women South Wind’s clinic in Oklahoma City cannot wait—and neither can the patients who will soon rely on it for vital reproductive healthcare.
We don’t just stop at obstructing the right to abortion access within the U.S., we also deny it to thousands of women and girls all over the world.
This is what I found outside the University of Chile: absolutely beautiful and incredibly powerful pro-choice artwork by a group called the Feminist Propaganda Brigade.
At the DNC, we are witnessing the sheer power of motherhood itself as a potent and powerful vehicle for social change.
The Feminist Majority Foundation has launched a multi-platform campaign pushing back against the influx of anti-abortion groups coming to Wichita.
When Oregon Shakespeare Festival commissioned playwright Lisa Loomer to write a play about a moment of change in American history for their American Revolutions Cycle, she chose Roe v. Wade.
Today’s Supreme Court Victory Also Spotlights the Importance of the Upcoming Election for Abortion Rights
Today certainly marks a victory in the fight for reproductive rights—but this ruling is also a stark reminder of how precarious our progress remains.
How much do our news networks really discuss reproductive rights and abortion, in what context, and how often do they get their facts right? The answers to these questions are far more grim than we’d like to believe.