Every January 22, we celebrate the landmark Supreme Court decision. But come March 4, we may start to mourn—and get to work restoring abortion rights from the ground up.
There’s no question that limiting access to abortion threaten’s women’s lives. But denying these services also has a significant impact on the American economy.
An exclusive excerpt from the newly updated ‘The End of Roe v. Wade’ reflects on this past year, which has seen previability bans pass in state after state.
Extreme anti-abortion legislation was red meat to power the base. But the GOP is now realizing that without abortion, they have little to drive their constituents to the polls.
The sexual health-care organization is not the only abortion provider—nor even the leading abortion provider. But if it cedes ground as the face of the movement, it loses donors. And for a nonprofit, that is never a good place to be.
With Roe v. Wade on the verge of being overturned, the Right is already mobilizing to stop abortion pills from being sent by mail. And it'll get worse still.
Anti-abortion laws have never been concerned with different opinions on “personhood”; they’re all about upholding white supremacy through racial and gender oppression.
The extreme, dangerous anti-abortion laws in Ohio, Alabama, and Georgia are serving as a distraction from the Right's real agenda: closing every last loophole to abortion access once ‘Roe’ is overturned.
Why abort abortion—the Republicans' most galvanizing issue—when you can instead play whack-a-mole with reproduction rights?
Robin Marty talks with the Re-Birth Equity Alliance founder about the dearth of representation and intersectionality in the reproductive justice movement.