With hope that these tragedies propel you into action rather than paralyze you, I share these resources with the goal of dismantling racial oppression in all its forms.
Members of the anti-abortion group targeting Planned Parenthood are indicted on felony charges. See the New York Times. TIME condemns the CDC’s condescending alcohol warning that shames and discriminates against women. Mattel embraces a long overdue shift towards more diverse options… Read More ›
Governor Cuomo signs two critical bills for pregnant New Yorkers. See RH Reality Check. The Atlantic reports on the the invisible labor women perform around the world. Following Steve Harvey’s Miss Universe mix-up, The Guardian calls attention to the real problem with beauty pageants. The New… Read More ›
It wasn’t easy to sit through the GOP Debate as a woman. See the Huffington Post. Mother Jones outlines what the Republican candidates had to say about reproductive rights in the first GOP debate. Amnesty International votes for a policy aimed at decriminalizing prostitution…. Read More ›
Malala Yousafzai celebrates her 18th birthday by opening a school for Syrian refugees. See NBC. A federal appeals court strikes down nuns’ efforts to avoid the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive mandate. See The Atlantic. The Huffington Post provides an important perspective on society’s obsession… Read More ›
Missouri becomes the first state to expand insurance coverage for eating disorders. See Think Progress. The Obama administration declares federal benefits can no longer exclude “gender transition services.” See Slate. Male contraceptive ‘pills’ are on their way. See IB Times. Truth Out highlights the… Read More ›
NPR features an activist promoting hygiene and body positivity for girls in low-income countries. The New York Times explores America’s evolving positive attitude towards women in politics. We finally get a peak at the upcoming Malala Yousafzai documentary. See Rolling Stone. Following the act of terror in a… Read More ›
A trans man shares his unique perspective on the power of male privilege. See Buzzfeed. While anti-abortion groups struggle to understand NARAL president’s pregnancy, a blog is created for women to share their experiences as both mothers and pro-choice advocates. See Pregnant, Parenting and… Read More ›