Reproductive justice and human rights activists must seek justice and speak out against sexual assault and misconduct by police.
Discussions like this demonstrate how issues usually considered separate are outcomes of the same systems of domination and oppression.
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This installment of our Activist Interview series features Nzingha Hall, Manager of Youth Programs at SisterLove, Inc.
Bold action matters. Enormously.
Amy Coney Barrett is no a champion for women, survivors, and those seeking reproductive health care. At every turn, she has shown that she will side with the anti-feminist and anti-abortion groups who are backing her Supreme Court nomination.
A week after the 2020 election, we will see if our work will be to expand the Affordable Care Act or protect it. The health and well-being of millions, in the midst of a deadly pandemic, hangs in the balance.
Who will be allowed actual freedom of religion under this new court? It’s plain to see that tyranny of one religion means others are neglected, suppressed, and when brought to extremes: banned.
We cannot afford to let Amy Coney Barrett’s antiquated ideology set LGBTQ rights back several decades. Supporting the LGBTQ community means opposing her nomination and denouncing this blatant power grab ahead of the 2020 election.
Even if the Senate rushes through this Supreme Court nominee process, we can hold them accountable. Our power to change things has been demonstrated time and time again through action.
If Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed to the Supreme Court, the consequences and damage to the environment may be immediate and irreversible.
Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court this close to an election is an unprecedented and callous power grab.