Methodist Hospitals runs Gary’s only hospital. If it merges with Franciscan Health, Methodist’s CEO says it will follow Catholic directives that some worry will gut access to reproductive health care for a vulnerable population.
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“As humans we all make mistakes, but the judicial system is not set up for forgiveness.”
Nearly 2,000 people reportedly attended an event in Orlando where community leaders called for not only an extension of Haitians' temporary protected status, but also an extension of asylum protections to Haiti.
Racial justice organizations have worked with public defenders, communities of color, and faith or spiritual institutions to bail out Black mamas, some of whom are queer, trans, immigrants, and/or disabled.
"These laws put pregnant women in a double bind, forcing them to choose between risking their health and risking punishment," said Carrie Eisert of Amnesty International.