FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | MAY 24, 2022
In a new project released today, Ms. magazine has joined with law and policy experts at the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR) to publish Beyond Roe: The Fight for Our Future — a series of essays, podcast and video content that explores the legal fight after the Supreme Court rules in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. What must advocates demand of lawmakers, at all levels of government? How can we press ahead to secure our rights in the courts? And why is forging stronger constitutional guardrails imperative to recognizing the fullest scope of reproductive autonomy under the law?
The Beyond Roe website also features a robust array of reflections and commentary from more than 70 leaders, colleagues and allies in the reproductive health, rights and justice movement.
Beyond Roe: The Fight for Our Future marks the launch of Ms. Magazine’s latest initiative, Women & Democracy. Every quarter, Ms. will create a new multimedia platform, with companion coverage in its longstanding print magazine, that provides deep analysis on key issues impacting full and fair representation in our democracy.
Questions or press queries about the project can be directed to Ms. magazine at email@example.com.
About Ms. magazine: Founded in 1972 and published by the Feminist Majority Foundation since 2001, Ms. has been a trusted, popular source for feminist news and information in print and online for 50 years. Ms.’s time-honored traditions of an emphasis on in-depth investigative reporting and feminist political analysis have never been more relevant, bringing a new generation of writers and readers together to share news, analysis, research and strategies for fighting back and moving forward, for shaping the future.
About the Center for Reproductive Rights: The Center for Reproductive Rights is a global human rights organization of lawyers and advocates who ensure reproductive rights are protected in law as fundamental human rights for the dignity, equality, health, and well-being of every person.