Who said you can’t have it all?
Archives for November 2013
Help us tell the SCOTUS that women deserve a full range of health care options!
Folklore has us believe that the Native Americans showed the starving colonists how to survive and that the Pilgrims were very grateful for it. But this is what actually happened.
Our team of National Campus Organizers helped mobilize a huge student vote, overwhelming the shuttles we sponsored with Young Women United and ProgressNow New Mexico to take students to the polls.
Edwith and Intern Laken spent some time in North Carolina exploring as many campuses as possible and soaking up some free swag on the way.
Policy-makers and other organizations advocating for the economic security of those underrepresented in this country should focus both on the economic stability and self-esteem of the parents as well as quality education and opportunities for their children.
“There are days when I want to go to the Dean’s office and ask where I can feel safe here.”
On November 19, Albuquerque residents will vote on a deceptive ballot measure that would effectively ban abortion after the 20th week without exceptions for rape, incest, fetal abnormalities, or the health of the mother.
Sex-positivity means being able to decide your own desires and take control, as much as possible, over your sexual health. Women should be able to talk about trauma without shame and so should women be allowed to speak of consensual sex without stigma.
The blog, which launched today as part of CPC Week of Action, brings real stories to the frontlines of the movement demanding compassionate, comprehensive reproductive health care for women around the nation.