This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, but there’s still work to be done to ensure reproductive justice for all women.
As this week marks the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Jessica Arons and Shira Saperstein revisit CAP’s 2006 report, “More than a Choice: A Progressive Vision for Reproductive Health & Rights.”
Congress can show the American public that it can come together over important issues such as domestic violence—the House should follow the Senate’s lead this time.
Jessica Arons talks with Nancy Northup, president of the Center for Reproductive Rights, in the first interview in a podcast series discussing the current state of the reproductive health, rights, and justice movement.
Issue Brief The Faith and Reproductive Justice Leadership Institute at the Center for American Progress marks the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court's historic 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
This week’s horrifying incident is a tangible chance to advocate for stronger policies to protect women from violence, harassment, and discrimination.
Faith leaders this year have helped win 12 important victories in the fight for reproductive justice for all.
Most women with employer-based health insurance will gain access to no-cost preventive care in the new year.
U.S. military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have shown that women can no longer be shielded from enemy fire, but the military still denies them due recognition for their service.
Issue Brief With women deciding the presidential election, and with record numbers of women in both the House and the Senate, policies helping women must now be on the front burner.
Video CAP asks women from around the country what is on their agenda the next four years.
The age restriction to emergency contraception creates barriers not just for teens but also for adult women. These barriers should be removed so that emergency contraception is available over the counter without a prescription to all.
This election season women voters of color may face a dual disenfranchisement when the war on women meets the war on voters.
Report When women of color are denied the opportunity to participate in civic life because of voter ID laws, they also lose the ability to voice their opinions and hold lawmakers accountable on the reproductive health issues that directly affect them.
Emilie Openchowski explains why the recent debate about abortion is just a piece of women’s health under assault by social conservatives.