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Millennials Are Fighting to Overturn the Hyde Amendment

Monday marks the 37th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment. Unfortunately, this ongoing legislation is nothing to celebrate.

For those of you who think Millennials are too young, entitled, and/or privileged to understand the impact of restrictions on access to affordable reproductive health care, please indulge me as I attempt to set the record straight.

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Beyond Choice: How We Learned to Stop Labeling and Love Reproductive Justice

Some big victories and some small victories, with respect to reproductive rights, show that parts of the country are hoping to expand access to health care, not just limit it.

It seems that mainstream reproductive health and rights groups are realizing the limitations of reductive labels like “pro-choice.” And that’s a good thing.

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Generation X: Finding Our Own Voices, Carrying Our Own Torches

As my involvement in our movement grew deeper, the honeymoon was over, as they say. The imperfections of the movement, the Baby Boomer’s movement, became glaring. Their Second Wave ways didn’t resonate with my Third Wave thinking.

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The Myth of the Teen Pregnancy Epidemic

Teenage pregnancy isn’t the epidemic. The real epidemic is lack of information and support for people to make healthy decisions and the culture of shame and scapegoating around sex. And young people feel the brunt of it.

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“Now It’s Your Generation’s Turn.”

Dr. Tiller’s last words to me are a message for the next generation.

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Crisis Pregnancy Centers: We Won’t Be Fooled

This April Fool’s Day, Choice USA, the National Abortion Federation, and the office of Senator Robert Menendez are letting it be known that crisis pregnancy centers can no longer fool and deceive pregnant women in need.

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Another World is Possible

Choice USA's Reproductive Justice Youth Ambassadors are attending the U.S. Social Forum to make connections and build a stronger movement by working together to support all of our commonalities.

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Why the Generation Awards?

Kierra Johnson explains why a new generation of activists deserve to be recognized and appreciated alongside the long-standing, established advocates who serve as mentors as allies.

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