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Where Do We Go From Here as Reproductive Rights Activists?

Note: This originally published on Rewire.

We aren’t a full month into 2017, and already this year is promising to be a nightmare for our right to bodily autonomy. 1,545 more words

Maureen Shaw

Roe v. Wade: Decades of Protection for Women

Monday, January 22 celebrates the 44th Anniversary of Roe v.Wade.  Central Oregon Coast NOW submitted this Viewpoint to the Newport News Times

     Jan. 22 marks the 44th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. 485 more words

Spotlight on Support: A Fund

With reproductive health services under attack, people want to help.  People want to step up to stop the flood of laws designed to keep us from being able to access abortion.   615 more words

Louisville KY

Inauguration Day 2017 — The Beginning of the End of Abortion

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are… 7 more words

Abortion

Women March On Washington

Americans and citizens around the world  are marching tomorrow to challenge Trump’s administration.

We are here and we are watching.

One day after Donald Trumps  inauguration, the  Women’s March on Washington will bring hundreds of thousands to the capital to “demand protection of our rights our safety our health and our families.” 195 more words

American Way

Cabinet approval sought to legalize abortions

Cabinet approval has been sought to legalize abortions in the instances of rape and incest, underage pregnancies (pregnancy occurring in a girl below 16) and serious foetal impairment, it is learnt. 264 more words

Abortion Information

Iowa lawmakers propose women go to a school nurse or dentist instead of Planned Parenthood

Iowa’s governor, Terry Branstad, told legislators earlier this month that he supports removing state funding for Planned Parenthood and re-channelling the funds to alternative groups. But what would this mean for women set to lose their primary health care provider? 291 more words

Gender Equality