Reproaction Protests Anti-Woman ‘Concerned Women for America’ Gala at Trump International Hotel

| Jessica Ensley | Reproaction

The hypocrisy of the ‘pro-life’ movement would be laughable if it wasn’t so horrifying.

| Kylie Cheung | Reproaction

The Scripted Deception Surrounding the 'Unplanned' Film

In today’s polarized landscape surrounding reproductive rights issues, the stigma, lies, and calls to anti-abortion action surrounding Unplanned is a safety hazard to communities, including abortion providers and their staff.

| Kylie Cheung | Reproaction

States Are Forcing Doctors to Promote Unproven and Unethical “Abortion Pill Reversal”

The unethical experiment of abortion pill reversal started with one anti-abortion doctor’s decision to experiment on a woman with the progesterone treatment back in 2012, and the subsequent publication of his very-limited data gathered from a handful of women. This led to an unethical, inconclusive study of abortion pill reversal, upon which all of the talking points and dangerous legislative proposals of abortion reversal proponents are based.

| Jessica Ensley | Reproaction

Reproaction Protests the 2019 Susan B. Anthony List Gala

Over 20 activists attended our action, and several people walking by also joined in and stopped to take photos with our Stop Prosecuting Abortion signs to show their support. We even had volunteers who brought a maraca and a drum to help drown out the ‘pro-life’ hypocrisy.

| Shireen Shakouri | Reproaction

Meghan McCain and How The Anti-Abortion Far Right Cloaks Patriarchy with White Women’s Voices

But make no mistake: the scourge of dangerous anti-abortion rhetoric has real victims, and they’re trapped behind the gleaming, seemingly benevolent smiles and sympathy-invoking tears of white women willing to sell out each other and women of color in an attempt to be more powerful in a system that will never give them the power of white men.

| Evonnia Woods | Reproaction

Reproaction’s Maternal and Infant Mortality Campaign Uplifts Midwives and Doulas

On average, Black women are 3 to 4 times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than white women, regardless of wealth or education; Black babies are twice as likely to die in their first year of life than white babies. Missouri’s average maternal and infant mortality rates are on par with this national average.

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