Sex ed is too often not culturally competent for people of color, as it's tailored for white culture. That needs to change.
- Why Asian Americans Need Better Sex Ed
- For People Living on the Texas Border, COVID-19 Brings Unique Challenges to Reproductive Health Care
- Congress Can Knock Down Reproductive Health-Care Barriers for Immigrants. Here’s How.
- In the Heart of New York’s Pandemic, This Group Is Fighting for South Asian Abuse Survivors
The message is clear: People of color are not welcome in the United States.
Detentions of pregnant migrants have spiked under Trump.
Kathleen Eaton Bravo's remarks are straight from a fascist doctrine known as “replacement theory” or “white genocide,” favored by white nationalists the world over.
“I’m so proud of how far we’ve come.”
We haven't convinced everyone to wear condoms, but there are certainly lessons to be learned from decades of trying that we can apply to this moment with face masks.