In a draft obtained by POLITICO, Justice Samuel Alito writes, “A highly disproportionate percentage of aborted fetuses are black.”
With Roe v. Wade in the crosshairs of a conservative-leaning Supreme Court, Illinois’ Lieutenant Governor Juliana Stratton, explain how Black women and girls are particularly in danger.
In 2018, Senator Don Davis was the only Democratic senator to vote in favor of a budget permanently denying future state funding for “family planning” services.
On the anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, Malika Redmond, Co-founder & CEO of Women Engaged, discusses the link between voting rights and reproductive rights for Black women.
With SCOTUS taking no action to block disturbing Texas abortion ban, Justice Sonia Sotomayor had to get some things off her chest with her colleagues.
Letitia James spoke to ESSENCE about her accomplishments and goals one year into her tenure as New York's attorney general.
Georgia is the most dangerous state in the United States for a pregnant person—and especially so for Black women.
Without his “bromance” with former President Barack Obama providing cover, Biden has faced more intense pushback from women’s and reproductive rights organizations.
The 2020 Democratic hopeful goes beyond codifying Roe v. Wade with a plan that allows women in any state to maintain their right to choose.