Abortion bans tend to disproportionately impact vulnerable populations in low-income, rural communities. Here’s how young people of color are fighting back.
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The Supreme Court has demonstrated that the highest law of the land is whatever they feel like saying it is. What do we do when the court and other institutions are widely seen as illegitimate?
Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, advocates and politicians are calling on states and congress to codify Roe. But what does this actually mean for abortion rights?
The overturning of Roe v. Wade is part of a long legacy of American Christian values being forced on Indigenous communities.
The politics of abortion revolve around White supremacy and the role it plays in trying to manage the reproduction of different racialized populations. We need to unite in order to fight back.
Scholars offer five takeaways to begin understanding the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision revoking the constitutional right to safe, legal abortion in the U.S.
In the wake of the Buffalo massacre, scholar-activist Rosa Clemente worries that communities of color will be more heavily policed while White supremacists will continue to access guns freely.