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PP Clergy: Deeply troubled by Trump’s attempt to use faith as a wedge to curtail access to reproductive health care

This consistent assault on women is not only immoral, it is a clear rebuke of God’s requirement for people of faith

Women of Color Bear the Brunt of the Gender Wage Gap

Today is Equal Pay Day: the day that symbolizes how far into the year an average woman must work to earn what the average white man earned in the previous year. But that “average woman” doesn’t tell the whole story.

April 4, 2017

Black History Month 2017: Celebrating Black Women's Resistance and Resilience

It is better to speak and act, remembering Assata Shakur’s wise reminder that we have nothing to lose but our chains.

Feb. 28, 2017

Guess Which 4 Groups Would Be Disproportionately Hurt by "Defunding" Planned Parenthood

Hint: It’s not the old, rich, white men, trying to shut Planned Parenthood down.

Feb. 10, 2017

Celebrating the Leaders in Black Communities Who Have Fought — and Who Are Fighting — for the Healthiest, Most Just Generation Ever

While we celebrate those who have in the past and those who continue to the fight today at the intersections of racial, gender, reproductive, and LGBTQ justice, we must also join in the fight with them. 

Feb. 1, 2017

Trump’s Claim: ‘Rigged’ Election. The True Crime? His Voter Intimidation.

Trump’s rhetoric could lead to real voter suppression and violence. And when Trump indicated that he’d reject the election’s results if he loses, he wasn’t just whining — he was stoking his supporters’ threats of violence, and encouraging voter intimidation and racial profiling at the polls.

Nov. 7, 2016

It's the 51st Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act and We're Still Fighting for Our Rights

The 51st anniversary of the Voting Rights Act reminds us that as long as people are denied access to the ballot, neither democracy nor justice can be achieved.
Aug. 5, 2016

Yes, Voter Suppression Is Actually In Full Effect

Since the gutting of the Voting Rights Act by the Supreme Court in 2013, more and more states have enacted measures that actively suppress voter turnout, specifically in communities of color.
July 29, 2016

2 Things You Need to Know About the Gender Pay Gap: Women of Color Bear the Brunt of It, and GOP Presidential Candidates Won't Help

The gender pay gap has real-life consequences, especially for African-American and Latino women. They deal with an even wider pay disparity and are more likely to support their families on one income.
April 12, 2016

This Black History Month Don’t Just Be About It….Read About It!

This Black History Month, we urge you to explore a few readings that can help shape and impact our collective work towards achieving reproductive freedom for all people:
Feb. 10, 2016

Top 3 Ways to Take Action

Birth Control Isn’t Controversial

The Trump administration just announced a rule that would undermine the requirement that all insurance plans must cover no-copay birth control — a provision that's already benefited 62.4 million women.

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