"I was terrified about doing this book," said author Karen Blumenthal. "I was afraid that there wouldn't be interest, especially at that level, that schools would have problems with it."
Sex education is education—and if you’re braving math, science, and history to help your kid with their lessons, you should do the same for sex ed.
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"Black people historically didn’t have access to health care within the context of institutional care. There were midwives and healers within the communities, and that was their source of strength."
California programs are doubling down on efforts to eliminate the medical system's structural racism and support the state's Black women and infants, who face abysmal maternal and infant health outcomes.
Most people who have abortions already have children. For these parents, talking about their abortions with their kids was not only a normal conversation, but a productive one.
Anti-abortion organizations had a list of suggestions for how the Trump administration could take advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak to cut off access to abortion care.