In light of confusion as to whether or not Ohio abortion clinics remain open during the coronavirus pandemic, NARAL compiled a list of FAQs to help answer your questions.
Today, the Supreme Court took on the first major abortion-related case since Brett Kavanaugh ascended to the bench. Feminists around the country are sounding off about what’s at stake for all those who benefit from safe access to abortion.
“We wanted to use our skills—both as food journalists, writers, editors and part of a community of women—to help create a book that provides hope.”
As the 2020 candidates have begun to roll out criminal justice reform proposals, we cannot forget the 219,000 women currently incarcerated in the United States. Tragically, women are often overlooked in plans meant to reduce the number of Americans held in jail cells or sent to prison each year.
As a schoolgirl, Bernice Sandler objected to the way girls were excluded from the class activities the boys did. She told her mother that she was going to “change the world”—and she did.
Meet the feminist challengers who won in November—and are taking their fights to the Senate starting today.
Meet the 36 feminists being sworn in on Capitol Hill today to serve in the House.
Despite making huge contributions to the liberation movements of the last century and today, these trailblazers come from backgrounds and communities that are traditionally overlooked and under-celebrated. These are their stories.
The thought of health insurance without coverage for contraception, mammograms and childbirth? Plainly, it makes us sick.
An end to abortion access is not an end to abortion—only an end to safe, shame-free medical care. These stories are testimony to the lengths women are willing to go to in order to regain control over their bodies and their lives. They call themselves the lucky ones—because they are lucky to have survived.