In an examination of rumors being spread by anti-choicers that high rates of abortion among black women are due to a campaign of “racial genocide,” the New York Times once again failed to provide relevant evidence, data or balance on issues of critical importance.
Anti-choice groups have rented billboards throughout Atlanta seeking to undermine women’s rights. The billboards are owned by CBS Outdoors. Yes, that CBS.
The anti-choice movement uses false concern about women of color in a classic effort to divide-and-conquer. Reproductive justice advocates say thanks but no thanks…we’ve got it covered.
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.
Vision, power, timing and movement are among eight lessons of leadership from Margaret Sanger’s life and work.
Women of color are not children unable to make decisions and our children are not “on the brink of extinction” through an organized genocidal plot.