Unions help protect women, who are more likely to be harassed or retaliated against for making sexual harassment accusations, but also anyone who might have a colleague with a grudge.
Christine Quinn’s silence was notable because she is widely perceived to be the only obstacle standing between the bill and its passage.
On the eve of the anniversary, RH Reality Check spoke with William Baird, from the landmark Eisenstadt v. Baird case, about his reproductive health efforts past and present.
At first, the $25 billion settlement seemed like a blessing. But it may not be providing enough relief to the communities that were disproportionately affected by the foreclosure crisis.
Bergoglio’s past statements show a lack of understanding of how fundamental reproductive autonomy is to economic justice.
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.
A round-up of reproductive justice news.
The New York Human Resource Administration’s new teen pregnancy prevention campaign takes shame as a prevention tactic to an entirely new level.
The problem is also rampant in food processing plants, where often “a male supervisor will just walk down the line and run his hand along [female workers'] buttock,” according to an attorney.
At the center of recent legal and legislative battles is the question of how to determine the exact moment when everyone truly has equal opportunities.