Together we thanked clinics for providing compassionate abortion care and their commitment to providing the full range of reproductive healthcare services.
This installment is an interview with Ashli Bolden, the Civic Engagement Director at Missouri Jobs with Justice
What it all comes down to is the pervasive and repugnant view that certain people are more deserving of what this country has to offer than others, and those tend to be white, Christian people, especially those who were born (or I guess in Brian’s mind, fertilized) on U.S. soil.
About 20 people - including college students, health professionals, and community members - showed up to Capitol City Cinema to watch Fusion TV Network’s documentary, The Naked Truth: Death By Delivery, and participate in a question and answer panel.
Most of us choose our paths of activism based on the impact we want to have or life sort of decides for us by placing us in social locations where the only path that makes sense is one of resistance. High levels of recognition are typically reserved for men, the wealthy, or those who have been doing this for so long that their fame is an accumulated fame. This blog series is not a remedy to this situation, but rather designed as a way to highlight activists and their justice work through brief interviews.
Here's what you need to know: Anti-abortion fake clinics are dangerous.
We've got these fake clinics cornered, and they're getting defensive and sloppy.
This is a representative who is against both undocumented and documented immigrants in the United States. He would rather Jane Doe be forced to continue a pregnancy to term and shove motherhood upon her, while also desiring that she be thrown out of the U.S.
But during “Arkangel,” the second episode of season four, the fear I felt was not caused by futuristic technologies, but instead by the perpetuation of a dangerous present-day misconception about a crucial women’s health service.
Reproaction Promotes Awareness and Public Education at Kansas City Maternal and Infant Mortality Event
On January 27, Reproaction hosted our fifth maternal and infant mortality screening event at Uzazi Village in Kansas City, MO. The event was organized in partnership with Uzazi Village, Reale Justice Network, One Struggle KC, and ACLU-MO to host the well-attended event.