Over the past eight months, increased attention has been paid to the stories of Black visionaries who have changed our world.
For more than twenty years, this day has served as an important and solemn tradition, as many of the systemic causes of violence toward our trans siblings have yet to be addressed or eradicated.
Here are a few elections we’re watching in 2020 that may determine how our work to protect access to the sexual and reproductive health care our communities need and deserve proceeds.
In the mythos of American civil rights, Roe is a pillar of gender equity. In practice, it has allowed for the kind of reproductive freedom that has allowed people who can get pregnant to advance economically and socially in a way that wasn’t accessible before. But in doctrine, Roe is fairly weak as a protector of abortion access and left several gaps that have been targeted and taken advantage of by anti-abortion politicians.