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 […]
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 attempted to undue centuries of discriminatory and racist practices. Less than half a century after its passing, the highest court in our nation voted to take away a small victory in that quest.
Even once the vote is over, work being done on the reproductive justice movement is not.
Many have heard about Amendment 1, the new proposed amendment to the Tennessee State Constitution that will appear on the ballot this election cycle. Distressingly, however, is that many, if not more, have also heard misleading or blatantly untrue things about its intent and possible consequences.
It seems like I must be an extraterrestrial being, one who is not from the planet Earth, because apparently my ideals about women’s health equity are just that far out.
Alyssa and Taylor just returned from North Dakota, where they hired students to work on grassroots organizing against North Dakota’s upcoming ballot measure. They fell in love with the city of Fargo and the people in it. Here’s the story of their travels!
Last week was our Youth ShowOUT week of action, in which we endeavored to engage our more than 600 student groups on college campuses nationwide in one big week of voter engagement. It was no small task – and you all made it happen.
You can join our National Campus Organizer Nancy, local and national leaders in politics and women’s rights, and the legendary Dolores Huerta TODAY in Pueblo to rally against Amendment 67, a dangerous personhood measure on the ballot in Colorado. Come out and help us stop it!
Measure 1 was originally written to ban abortions in the state of North Dakota, and while it will do that, it will also do a lot more harm in addition.
Amendment 1 goes too far, and if our elected officials won’t join us in stopping it, we’ll do it on our own.