The roots of the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe go back 50 years, when zealots preaching a gospel of misogyny and homophobia—led by an accused sexual predator—took over America’s largest Protestant denomination.
U.S. has much to learn from new feminist movements that spurred Argentina, Colombia and Mexico to dump traditional abortion laws. Now powerful women’s movements in Mexico, Argentina and Colombia have won access to the right to choose
My sister represented Marla Pitchford, the first woman to be prosecuted for a self-induced abortion in the United States. With Roe overturned, her modern-day counterparts are facing an even worse reality.
The abortion ban map is a Southern map. The Supreme Court's 'ordered liberty' judicial vision is rooted there too. But the South is also the birthplace of the Freedom Movement and emancipatory visions.
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