September 30 marks the 38th year since Congress passed the original Hyde Amendment—the measure that bans the use of federal money for abortion, with exceptions for rape and incest, primarily affecting Medicaid recipients.
The criminalization of the Black community is breaking up the Black family and by doing so is perpetuating the cycles of poverty and oppression in our society.
How would it be “demeaning” to talk about abortion in a sitcom about a gynecologist’s office?
The All* Above All Be Bold Road Trip has blazed a trail across the…
Within days, Ferguson, and along with it Black-American hearts and minds everywhere, seemed to implode. I know mine did.
“What happened?” “Why did it happen?” “What can be done to prevent it from happening again?”
When I think about Women’s Equality Day, I reflect on the power and significance of Black women exercising their right to vote.
Black women stand at the intersection of two well-developed ideologies in America.
August 15th marks the one-year anniversary of Illinois’ enforcement of the Parental Notification of Abortion Law of 1995
This lack of regard for the safety of Black people and the protection of our rights is symptomatic of the established order of white supremacy in this country, which must be dismantled.