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Given the obstacles Black women already face, new barriers to abortion—in Louisiana and across the country—will turn reproductive health care into a right we cannot exercise.
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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."
Black women are two to three times more likely to get fibroids than our white female counterparts. We are also more likely to experience implicit bias and be disempowered by our health-care system.
Abortion rights opponents have long pushed the reversal of medication abortion as a legitimate procedure. It's not.