Jessica Arons interviews Lynn Paltrow of the National Advocates for Pregnant Women about the importance of Roe v. Wade for not only women who choose to terminate their pregnancies but also for all women nationwide.
Miriam Yeung, the executive director of the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, discusses the intersections and implications of Roe v. Wade on her work on social justice and human rights.
Restrictions on Medicaid coverage of abortion services disproportionately affect poor women and women of color, further exacerbating inequality in this country.
Jessica Arons writes about the importance of providing immigrants to the United States access to health care.
Jessica Arons writes about how it's long past time to lift these arbitrary and unnecessary barriers to this safe, effective, and time-sensitive method of pregnancy prevention.
Jessica Arons describes three things we can do to protect women from predators such as Kermit Gosnell going forward.
Neera Tanden and Jessica Arons argue against the stance that Roe v. Wade hurt the pro-choice cause by trying to do too much, and that striking down DOMA might cause a similar backlash against gay marriage.
Report The longer we put off the regulation and oversight of assisted reproductive technologies, the more complications that will ensue for an untold number of families.
Viviana Waisman, executive director of Women's Link Worldwide, explains some of the successful strategies she has employed to enforce human rights standards before a number of foreign and international courts and shares lessons that advocates around the world can adopt.
Jessica Arons discusses how the United States fails to provide justice to global victims of sexual violence.
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.”
Jessica Arons responds to a column in The New York Times that discussed Roe v. Wade.
Abortion is a difficult and challenging subject but it is a critical piece of the story of women’s advancement and it should not be overlooked or censored. We cannot fight for a right that we cannot name.
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.
This election season women voters of color may face a dual disenfranchisement when the war on women meets the war on voters.