Patients and providers at an independent abortion clinic in Milwaukee have been victims of sustained harassment this week from anti-abortion extremists—and grassroots activists have come out to protect access.
Ten years ago today, I received a frantic call early in the morning. Dr. George Tiller, one the abortion providers most targeted by anti-abortion extremists, had been shot and killed.
Louisiana lawmakers are vying to ban abortion at six weeks—and they’re relying on the arguments of anti-abortion extremists to make it happen.
Nearly one-quarter of clinics reported confronting the most severe forms of anti-abortion threats and violence in 2018— including death threats, stalking and blocking clinic access—and nearly half reported incidents of severe threats, violence and harassment like robberies, break-ins and vandalism.
“I am putting Allen County Right to Life, and all anti-women’s groups, on notice. You have intimidated and harassed us for the last time in this community. We will be back, stronger than ever before.”
Today, the Supreme Court handed CPCs a license to manipulate, deceive and ultimately endanger the lives of women.
A network of independent abortion providers are pushing back on the latest string of anti-abortion rhetoric in a big way.
On Wednesday, a review board in Florida denied parole to convicted murderer Michael Griffin, who fatally shot Dr. David Gunn outside of a Pensacola clinic in 1993.
Kentucky’s only abortion clinic is once again under siege by anti-abortion extremist group Operation Save America—and feminists are fighting back.
Ms. caught up with Winstead while she was on the road with the Vagical Mystery Tour to talk comedy, abortion access and reproductive justice in the face of aggressive anti-choice protestors.