For Black History Month, we honor and celebrate the fabulous black feminists and wonderful womanists who continue to build the feminist movement and bend the arc of history toward justice. Today’s Fantastic Black Feminist is Renee Bracey Sherman-Renee is a reproductive justice organizer, activist, trainer and advocate working to end abortion stigma and create […]
Note: In honor of All* Above All’s United for Abortion Coverage Week of Action (September 25 – October 1), this is a guest blog from Feminist Majority Foundation Summer 2016 Intern Hannah Ferster, a sophomore at the College of William and Mary majoring in Sociology with a minor in Public Health. Henry John Hyde is remembered […]
Content Warning: This piece contains references to sexual violence and violence against abortion doctors and patients. I remember my first day as a clinic escort. My mom worked in reproductive healthcare while I was growing up, so I’ve been raised with an early understanding of its importance. Escorts have to be eighteen or older, and I […]
Note: This roundtable discussion is between three Feminist Majority Foundation interns who live and attend college throughout the country. They came together to discuss how the Supreme Court precedent set by the Whole Woman’s Health case will impact future policy changes and current access to reproductive healthcare. Grace Duginski, Senior at University of Minnesota When people mention […]
Note: The Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt case has been identified as the most important abortion rights case in decades with the outcome having immediate, national implications. Spanning the course of three days, this blog documents the first-hand experience of waiting at the Supreme Court for that decision to be announced. Monday June 20 On the next to last Monday in June, […]
On 20 April 2016, the Lecture Fund, a student-run group at Georgetown University, pulled off a truly historic event. Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, came to speak about the future of reproductive rights and campus organizing in the context of TRAP laws, the Supreme Court, and other topical reproductive […]
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.
Your group can organize a campaign around Exposing Fake Clinics with the help of Feminist Campus – and ours did.
CPCs have been experiencing success as legislative attacks on women’s health leave communities across the nation without real abortion and preventitive care resources. That’s why NARAL and the Feminist Majority Foundation are joining forces for a CPC Week of Action from November 11 to 15, 2013.
End Fake Clinics intentionally engaged in activism that would also reach beyond UCSB. And it’s working.