Melissa Madera has travelled across the USA to record women telling the stories about their abortions. The stories can all be found in her online Abortion Diary with stories that last from 10 to 60 minutes.
by Ally Boguhn 22 December 2015 Emily Crockett 1. The EACH Woman Act In July, a group of congresswomen, in conjunction with a coalition of pro-choice advocates, introduced the Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH Woman) Act to ensure every woman with health insurance can access abortion, regardless of income or insurance. The bill could overturn the Hyde Amendment’s ban on the use of federal funds for abortion and undo laws in … Continued
We start the new year with two answers to this question: one is a story (fiction) published in 2012 by Judith Arcana ( www.juditharcana.com ) ,, who was a member of the Jane collective in Chicago, USA, a group of women who provided safe, illegal abortions in the years before 1973, when the law was changed by a Supreme Court decision. The problem of unsafe abortion is no longer history in the USA, however. As … Continued
CANADA Onsite at the #Toronto rally for global access to reproductive choice https://twitter.com/leighnaturkach/status/648613421143863296
There are still many barriers to abortion in Canada Op-Ed by Sandeep Prasad, Executive Director of Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights, originally published in the Huffington Post Each year on September 28, advocates around the world mobilize for access to safe and legal abortion. This year’s theme is about busting abortion myths to fight stigma and discrimination. Abortion stigma is fuelled by myths. Myths that place safe, legal and accessible care and services … Continued