Without reproductive justice, we continue to live only partially liberated lives. Here's how Congress and the White House can act.
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Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who helped reintroduce the Women's Health Protection Act, emphasized the urgency of passing the legislation.
Nothing. Someone tell the Tennessee Attorney General's office that.
Everything about Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the biggest abortion case in decades, is unjust.
Making trauma support affirming means recognizing historical trauma that stems from generations of anti-LGBTQIA+ violence and discrimination.