Sojourner Truth’s 1851 speech came to mind as I read recent articles highlighting the history of abortion storytelling while only citing the contributions of white women. We Testify storytellers of color have been talking about our multiple abortion experiences for years to try and change the stigma surrounding it.
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Wednesday's filing to the Supreme Court presents a way to both affirm precedent and avoid a big abortion rights fight at the Court next year.
Tennessee Republicans are pushing for the end of legal abortion in the state of 6.7 million people if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes a blow to Roe vs. Wade.
Anti-abortion activists routinely use words like “violation” and “fail” to describe minor deficiencies at abortion clinics, making some administrative errors look like gross violations of patient safety.
If anti-abortion lawmakers truly care about women’s health or have any desire to protect children and families, there are plenty of ways they could show their support.
Reproductive rights advocates expect Gov. Ned Lamont (D) to sign the legislation if it clears the Democratic-majority legislature.