State legislators on the front lines of abortion ban battles met women who have been imprisoned as a result of El Salvador’s total abortion ban.
We asked our readers what they would ask at tonight’s debate. These were some of our favorite questions they posed to the candidates.
(So do students in schools across the country.)
There is no question that DACA makes our country stronger—yet Donald Trump continues to push a cruel anti-immigrant agenda to strip young people of their rights and the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
Grassroots, intersectional, women-led movements have never been more critical to advancing the global gender justice agenda.
“It is time for the elected representatives in Congress, and in state houses across the country, to protect the right to privacy and a woman’s right to abortion services—rather than attack it, undermine it and try to eliminate it.”
We can ease the challenges women of color face over the next decade if we do our part now to count everyone in the 2020 Census.
It’s been widely reported that public officials are working to close the only abortion clinic left standing in Missouri, a Planned Parenthood in St. Louis. What has flown under the radar is the influence of a group called Team P.L.A.Y, which has waged a decade-long campaign of harassment against it.
Along with many of the women I was incarcerated with, I used my own homemade products rather than beg for more from an unconcerned correctional officer or risk bleeding through my clothes. As a result of my creativity to survive with some modicum of dignity, I ended up needing a hysterectomy when I got home.
Binders full of stories about women’s equality—and one short map of Avenida Dolores Huerta.