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“The Supreme Court’s 7-2 decision to restrict access to essential health care mandated by the Affordable Care Act, especially in the midst of a public health crisis, is a disgrace. Black women, who already face enormous barriers to healthcare will be disparately impacted by this grave injustice."
Once again, House Democrats will attach the Hyde Amendment to ban abortion coverage for poor women in the appropriations bill. In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda President and CEO Marcela Howell issued the follow statement in response...
As a part of In Our Own Voice’s webinar series, this month, we hosted Reproductive Justice Polling in the South: What Black Women Think in Tennessee and Mississippi in partnership with our partner organization SisterReach...
Today the Supreme Court issued a ruling in June Medical Services, LLC v. Gee to overturn Louisiana’s law requiring doctors who provide abortion care to have hospital admitting privileges, which would have left only one doctor to provide abortion care in the entire state.
In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda is a Reproductive Justice partnership of eight Black women’s Reproductive Justice organizations: