When 16-year-old Darrin Manning left basketball practice, he surely did not imagine that the trip home would jeopardize his reproductive future.
“From my perspective, what is amazing about this story is that the abortion is not the beginning or end of the story—the way we usually tell abortion stories.”
Undoubtedly, many black South Carolinians question whether they’re welcome at the polls.
This remarkable image reportedly depicts preparations for one of the first legal abortions in Illinois.
When I found a lump in my breast several years ago, I couldn’t bear to tell my mother.
I frequently hear variations on these themes: “abortion is a white feminist thing,” “black people are against abortion,” or “abortion is black genocide.”