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This year there have been unprecedented attacks on abortion access in the states. Despite substantial public outcry, targeted regulation of abortion providers (TRAP) laws have passed in Texas — after the famous, 13-hour filibuster by State Senator Wendy Davis —...

In January, the U.S. women’s health movement celebrated the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which gave women the right to legal abortion. In the decades since Roe, health activists have focused on advocating for reproductive justice, which demands that...

“Danielle Deaver was 22 weeks pregnant when her water broke and doctors gave her a devastating prognosis: With undeveloped lungs, the baby likely would never survive outside the womb, and because all the amniotic fluid had drained, the tiny growing...

Billboards, Women of Color, and Politics

By: Shaniqua Seth and Malika Redmond ,, , , , Deep Dive Articles

Accentuated and airbrushed, often young and Caucasian, female body parts are displayed on billboards throughout the U.S. as a staple marketing technique to attract consumers’ attention and dollars.

While the opposition has a game plan, it's the wrong one. Pro-choice advocates can build power by increasing our ability to mobilize our majority base and collaborate with allies for social and economic justice.

The 1 in 3 Campaign Aims to Change the Abortion Debate