The court’s decision to allow corporations to deny insurance coverage of contraception has major implications for Black women across the United States.
Fannie Lou Hamer used the power of storytelling to compel America to recognize the humanity of poor Black people in Mississippi.
The issues of young people, sex, pregnancy, parenting, and abortion have been heating up in recent years due to a fight around the implementation of the forced parental notification law.
Have you seen people you know post on social media about super cheap Plan B One-Step? Seem too good to be true? It might be.
“Congrats on killing your baby. Nice job,” the first Facebook post said. It had seven “likes.”
A well-known African proverb reads, “It takes a village to raise a child.” It also takes a village for Black women to have healthy pregnancies and deliver healthy babies.
For me, Mother’s Day is complex. It’s an annual reminder of a path not…
Becoming a mother at 15 made me feel as if I had to prove to the world that I could do “it” on my own.
Dr. Maya Angelou’s life could not be contained by a single autobiography.
Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) permitted generic emergency contraceptive pill manufacturers to sell their products over the counter.