The Trump administration's policies have likely exacerbated these problems, both for women struggling with access in their home countries and for those who eventually flee to the United States.
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- Why—and How—Parkland High School Students Can Succeed on Guns Where We Have Failed
- As Anti-Choice Violence Erupted in US, Abortion Clinic Escort Maintained Records About Protesters
- For Homeless High Schoolers in Rural Kentucky, Escape Route Is Elusive
- It’s Getting Even Harder for Refugees to Access Health Care
I have hope because a group of high school students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, have shown themselves to be fierce, fearless, focused, and smart, and they are galvanizing what has the possibility of evolving into the biggest student movement in decades.
A video of the protesters chasing away a woman from the New York clinic is “probably one of the sharpest examples of protesters interfering in a patient’s ability to enter the clinic."
The administration is jeopardizing public safety and national security by overshadowing the very real threats on U.S. soil: mass shootings, and the continued rise of right-wing extremism and white supremacist movements.
Anti-choice protest tactics are on trial in New York amid a marked uptick in violence against abortion providers and clinics.
“Do they know how brave a child has to be to come out to their parents that they are transgender? .... And on top of that, how frightening it is to read the new Republican resolution?”