What does it mean to be pro-choice? For an increasing number of activists, advocates, and advocacy organizations, it includes wanting to be identified with an agenda more comprehensive than supporting a woman’s right to choose abortion—as in, dropping the “choice” label entirely.
“Reproductive justice isn’t just a women’s issue; it’s a people issue.”
As a friend and colleague from Planned Parenthood so eloquently put it, Kansas is a “petri dish”—a place where the most extreme anti-abortion laws are conceived and tested. But students are organized and we are fighting back.
Springtime is here. Love is in the air. People of all ages are getting ready to do some serious strokin.’ And who can blame them? With the right information and resources available, sex can be healthy, positive and—dare I say—even fun.
Who among the crowded field of presidential candidates, both Democratic and Republican, will do the most to address the rising cost of hormonal birth control on college campuses?
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.
Shelley Chinnan reports from the U.S. Social Forum this week, where she's a Choice USA Reproductive Justice Youth Ambassador. She connects reproductive health with other justice movements.
Politics, sex and culture collide in Choice USA's Outstanding Organizer awardee Nora Dye's coast-to-coast bicycle trip. Dye examines the connections or lack thereof between the varied groups working for reproductive justice; from advocates to educators to health care providers.
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.
A young, Vietnamese-American woman shares how her community's cultural stigma around sex and reproductive health propelled her towards action; working to create awareness of the health challenges facing young Asian and Pacific Islander women today, through the California Young Women's Collaboration.