Recent history demonstrates that even strong state protections may be insufficient in practice to help survivors of rape, sexual assault, or domestic violence.
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"If you're pregnant, you can now text a number to get more information and you can talk with a crisis pregnancy center counselor exclusively over text if that's what you want."
I have learned about my shortcomings, strength, and resilience while being your mama.
"It is liberating for us, as undocumented people, to tell these stories and insist on the complexity of this issue, to make people understand the complexity of this issue," Vargas told Rewire in a recent interview.
An Alabama federal district court judge ruled that a mostly white suburb called Gardendale can partially separate from the surrounding Jefferson County schools and create its own school system, even though its desire to do so is motivated by racism.
New Yorkers, we need to act quickly: There's a bill making its way through the state legislature that can help people like me, who are the faces of abortion statistics, to access the care we need in our home state.