A continuing water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is shattering the perception that only residents of poor countries are denied access to this basic human right.
And in other news, did Facebook exclude women and families from seeing certain types of housing ads? Advocates say yes—and that it's illegal.
"Our voices are getting louder. Our political power is expanding."
And in other news, abortion restrictions are being challenged in Louisiana and Montana, and our national immigration agency just keeps being deplorable.
To fully relieve Black women of their burdens in the United States would require the dismantling of the racist, sexist, and capitalistic structures that plague the country—a formidable challenge, to say the least. Yet, we can chip away at those structures through fighting for these solutions.
At least three federal courts of appeals are considering cases on dilation and evacuation abortion bans that could be the next big test of Roe v. Wade.