Despite a long career in legal academia, Kagan has published very little and seems to have studiously avoided taking a stand on almost any controversial issue.
A truly pro-choice society would offer more support to mothers – all mothers, regardless of class or privilege or the color of one’s skin.
Center for Reproductive Rights celebrates the biggest role model for young women and reproductive health, their mothers.
Young women — and their families and communities — still care intensely about reproductive rights, they just need to be engaged in new ways…and not only in election years.
Serious disconnect. MSNBC reports this morning that “at the top of the list” of concerns about “important incumbents” who might retire sits Michigan Congressman Bart Stupak.
“Under the Stupak Amendment, my baby would have died,” says Tiffany Campbell, mother of three from South Dakota.
The abortion wars rage relentlessly on, in the United States and elsewhere, and the only lesson to be drawn from recent federal and state legislative action is that the wars show no signs of abating.
Comforted by the fact that the Utah legislature “revised” the bill on miscarriages? Don’t be. Its main purpose is not to advance a “culture of life,” but to advance laws that permit imprisonment of pregnant women.
Stigma prevents many African American women from discussing sex and pregnancy. But we need to speak out. Our foremothers fought anti-choicers, and we must as well or end up burying women who, in desperation, turn to back- alley abortions.
A reproductive justice advocate responds to an op-ed in the Des Moines Register repeating anti-choice myths regarding African-American women and their reproductive choices.