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When it comes to the impending reversal of Roe, I fear the country will want to believe it’s not going to be "that bad." But it's going to be that bad.
The Supreme Court case Garza v. Hargan serves as a dangerous blueprint of what anti-choice idealogues have envisioned for pregnant minors.
In a post-Roe world, it’s state courts that will determine the rights of pregnant people.
Why should a document drafted by 30-something-year-old slavers influence policies and practices that govern the lives of Black people in this country today?
Biden could have kept Clarence Thomas off the bench but didn't. Three decades later, he has a chance to prove that he is willing to do the right thing.
Moving beyond a post-Roe world means centering Black women: to trust them and fund their work, and for white-led reproductive rights groups to step back.
The people most affected by reproductive tyranny are the same people who are systematically being disenfranchised—particularly when it comes to voting.
We can’t bring bad abortion energy into 2022. So here’s my end-of-year list of Six Things You’ve Probably Been Doing That You Should Stop Doing.
These are some of the first victims of a war on pregnant people. It's a war that will end with mass incarceration, surveillance, and even death.
Letting Mississippi's 15-week ban take effect—and undoing decades of precedent that permits the constitutional right to an abortion—is not a compromise.
A 2019 state Supreme Court ruling affirmed the right to abortions in Kansas, but a proposed amendment could strip Kansans of their protections.