At the core of “abortion reversal” is a desire to undermine the high level of decision certainty among people seeking the service.
I was raised by a single mother who worked three jobs to provide me and my brothers with everything we needed and most of what we wanted. Growing up, there never was a large focus on financial literacy or prepping for my future. Now, I wish there had been.
“Six years after my abortion, I finally decided to start talking about it publicly.”
Rachel Dolezal is, after this week, a symbol to many African Americans of the separation of blackness from black people; to me, she is an example of how American society simultaneously devalues the individuality of black women and us as a community to the point that the performance of black womanhood is preferred over the people.
A few weeks ago, a six-year-old black girl named TT was suspended and sent home because she poked a boy with an eraser. TT was just one of many girls who fall victim to zero-tolerance and school push-out every day.