RH Reality Check Editor in Chief Jodi Jacobson joins Your Call‘s Rose Aguilar and Diana Whitten, director of the feature-length documentary Vessel, to discuss the different ways women’s health activists are combating anti-abortion laws.
On December 11, the National Advocates for Pregnant Women, the Carr Center for Reproductive Justice, and Perkins Coie hosted a teleconference on the dangers of allowing states to detain pregnant women under harmful laws.
On Thursday, RH Reality Check hosted a press call to discuss the False Witnesses project: an investigation into 14 individuals who have pushed false information designed to mislead the public, lawmakers, and the courts about abortion.
In this episode of Making Contact Radio, a weekly series concentrating on social justice issues, experts and advocates weigh in on pop culture representations of abortion and reproductive decision-making—and why these stories really matter.
During a recent press call, hosted by RH Reality Check, Rinat Dray shared her story of a forced c-section and was joined by her attorneys as well as medical professionals and legal advocates for the rights of pregnant women.
On April 15, RH Reality Check hosted an audio press call on the Tennessee Pregnancy Criminalization Law, SB 1391, and was joined by representatives from SisterReach, Healthy & Free Tennessee, and the National Advocates for Pregnant Women.
On Your Call, an NPR show on San Francisco’s KALW, RH Reality Check Editor in Chief Jodi Jacobson joined a conversation about the most recent round of abortion clinic closures around the country.
RH Reality Check has unveiled a new investigative report by Senior Washington Correspondent Adele Stan revealing that so-called “free market” organizations linked to the Koch brothers are dispensing tens of millions of dollars to groups working to end reproductive rights and undercut the rights of pregnant women. This is an audio press conference about the report, featuring Adele Stan.
Most press coverage celebrating recent changes to the federal law around Plan B One-Step has left at least one group behind: Native Americans. That’s why Native American activists are still pushing the slow-moving bureaucracy at the Indian Health Service to make Plan B available over-the-counter for women of all ages.
In a call with reporters Tuesday, RH Reality Check Editor in Chief Jodi Jacobson and Director of Research and Investigations Sharona Coutts discussed RHRC’s new investigative report of thousands of pages of documents from state health departments and attorneys general.