Liberation won't come at the hands of politicians who benefit from the maintenance of oppressive structures. Four organizers tell us how we can push beyond electoral politics. By Reina Sultan I’ve had many political identities. When I was young—during the George W.
Black and Native doulas are already addressing maternal and post-partum healthcare inequities through their community work. Disclaimer: At various points throughout this article, the author uses gendered language. This is because most studies done about birthing people only include or refer
The reproductive justice framework necessarily compels us to be anti-imperialist. By Lily Bolourian The framework of reproductive justice tells us that when we are looking to plan our families and choose our destinies, we have the inherent “human right to maintain personal
What is happening to Marshae Jones is yet another reminder that the pro-choice movement must move towards reproductive justice. TW/CW: This essay discusses miscarriage, abortion, pregnancy loss, and gun violence. Marshae Jones was taken into custody in Birmingham, Alabama on Wednesday
Planned Parenthood celebrates journalists and Missouri abortion providers at the 2019 Media Excellence Awards. On Monday evening, we gathered with other writers, journalists, and activists at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America Media (PPFA) Excellence Awards to celebrate our Managing Editor, Sherronda