For the last 25 years, Living Beyond Breast Cancer has changed the narrative for women with breast cancer.
As states continue to obstruct access to abortion, Hollywood spent 2019 taking a different approach—including abortion in plotlines that convey both the political and personal nature of the procedure and help demystify the issue for audiences.
Women and communities of color are especially at risk to suffer if the ACA is dismantled, because we already suffer disparities in our ability to access health care services: Two-thirds of the 23 million low-wage workers in the U.S. are women, and the ACA made health insurance available to many of those women and their families.
The consistent chipping away at the law by conservative lawmakers and judges means those families could mean a return to millions of women losing the ability to properly care for the health of their families.
In the aftermath of my son’s birth, I found myself caught between two clashing world views.
The fact that we’re losing this winnable war is what keeps me up at night.
On Friday, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Appeals ruled in Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Dobbs that the state cannot ban abortion before viability.
Next year, CHOICES Memphis Center for Reproductive Health will open the first non-profit clinic in the U.S. providing both birth and abortion services under the same roof.
What June v. Gee will come down to is the integrity of our institutions.
I used a fake name. I created a fake identity. I even wore one of those red shirts—emblazoned with the Massachusetts Citizens for Life logo alongside a crudely drawn fetus.