Medication Abortion Comes Under Attack in Sham Lawsuit
Anti-abortion rights groups have gone to federal court seeking to ban a drug used safely in medication abortions for over 20 years
Black History Month 2015: Telling the Continuing Stories of Our Bold Leaders
This Black History Month, we find ourselves in difficult and trying times. That’s why it’s so important to reflect on the long narrative of challenges in the black community, as well as remember our resilience, faith, and innovation as we collectively look toward solutions.
Feb. 12, 2015
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington
Not on my watch. Perhaps each generation is called on to safeguard the freedoms, peace, and opportunity of the generation before and advance justice just a little further in their own lifetime. I recall listening as my parents – children of the 1960s – spoke proudly, passionately, and frequently of their participation in the civil rights era. In some ways it never fully sank in until now.
Aug. 28, 2013
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Ken Cuccinelli on the Issues: Compares Birth Control to MLK’s Fight
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is far out of the mainstream when it comes to women’s health. His entire career has been an exercise in trying to reduce and deny women access to care. He has co-sponsored “personhood” measures that would give full legal rights to fertilized eggs, supported defunding Planned Parenthood, and was the first attorney general to file a lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — on the same day the bill was signed into law.
July 17, 2013