The leak from the U.S. Supreme Court makes it clear that our deepest fears are coming true: the Court seems prepared to end the constitutional right to abortion.
Here's what you can do.
Self-care is what keeps activists going when the going gets tough. It is the all-encompassing term for anything and everything that revitalizes us for the fight that lays ahead. It is the active practice of showing yourself the love and grace you so easily provide others. With so much at stake, this isn’t easy. We must make space for ourselves to re-invigorate our activism.
St. Paul, MN - Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Action Fund is pleased to announce its endorsement of all the Minnesota constitutional officers for re-election in 2022.
Supreme Court Arguments Mark a New Era and Threaten Nearly 50 Years of Reproductive Rights in the United States
The U.S. Supreme Court, with its new conservative majority, began oral arguments this week in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, an abortion case with the potential to strip Americans of their federally-protected right to abortion.
Ending the stigma and sparking change: How to talk to your friends and family about comprehensive sex education
Everyone deserves access to sex education that is scientifically accurate, LGBTQ+ inclusive, consent-centered, culturally responsive, and shame free. So how do we make comprehensive sex education a reality for everyone? We start by talking about it with our friends and family.
Abortion is legal, so why does it always feel like this is not the case? The reality for many Americans is that while abortion is indeed legal, it remains largely inaccessible. The Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) addresses this at the federal level.
Texas Abortion Ban Opens the Door For Anti-Abortion Politicians in North Dakota to Follow
Comprehensive sex education is proven to improve health, relationships, and decision-making. In fact, sex education saves lives. But during the 2021 legislative session, North Dakota politicians decided to attack funding for sex education programs and vital academic research.
With sex ed funding under attack, North Dakotans spoke up. Read what university students, professors, and sexual and reproductive health advocates had to say about why our state needs both academic freedom and access to sex education.
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear its first abortion case since conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett filled the seat of reproductive freedom advocate Ruth Bader Ginsburg. So, what does this mean for North Dakota?