On Thursday, Dec. 6, FEM will be screening “After Tiller,” a documentary about the four doctors in America who openly provide late-term abortions after the 2009 murder of George Tiller.
The reproductive injustice of African-American mothers is the consequence of the social and economic forces of institutional racism, and the healthcare institutions that limit the access to and quality of healthcare in vulnerable communities.
While Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are taking the Iowan Senate Bill 359 to court, it is important to look at the larger picture. Abortion laws have been under attack for a long time, beyond just the current federal administration.
Always maintaining a literal interpretation of the law as it was written in 1787 poses grave challenges to a nation striving to become more inclusive and more responsible for all its citizens, most notably, for its citizens belonging to minority and historically oppressed populations. The potential implications of Gorsuch joining the Supreme Court should not be considered lightly.
Rather than form vague, generalized, and often spurious solidarities, in the face of the new administration, it is essential that we shy away from deceptive progressivism and be forthright about our objectives.
Our patriarchal society has taught us to use our words as weapons, but imagine the world of difference that could be made if our words were used as an apparatus for understanding.
On May 23 and 25, UCLA Live Action and Justice For All put up a pro-life exhibit and “free speech” whiteboards to engage with students passing by with the pro-life advocates standing by, ready for respectful debate and dialogue.
TxPEP determined that the number of women performing their own abortions in Texas is estimated to range between 100,000 and 240,000.
The loneliness and despair a woman must feel when she cannot turn to her family or local hospitals when her life is at risk makes me too distraught to even imagine feeling that myself. Women throughout Latin America are dealing with this on a daily basis when they experience accidental miscarriages or other similar…
In an op-ed piece submitted to the Akron-Beacon Journal on Jan. 27, U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan wrote that he changed his stance on abortion upon speaking to women who chose to have abortions.