Only full cancellation completely protects the vulnerabilities of Black students and students in general, while at the same time establishing higher education as a universal right and offering restitution to all those who have had to rely on debt finance.
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Family planning officials in states with anti-choice restrictions see the new Title X rules as yet another barrier to health care for people with low incomes.
The Labor Department rule would let employers with government contracts claim religious exemptions to discriminate.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's government has introduced a bill to reform the country's outdated abortion law.
While Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives passed a spending bill that would stop enactment of the Title X "gag rule," it's not likely the provision will survive the Republican-controlled Senate.
Three weeks ago, Hurricane Dorian forced me to reckon with the reality of what it's like to access abortion in the midst of a disaster.