Holding Space for a Black Mama Who Matters
by Shayla Walker, Our Justice Vision Realization Advisor
Black maternal health means caring for the whole person, building a vision of Reproductive Justice where Black mamas have the power, autonomy, and resources they need to have safe pregnancy outcomes and raise healthy families.
If you are a person who would never have an abortion, would never have kids, already has kids, doesn’t know if you want kids, can’t have kids or has never thought about having kids, you have a place in our movement.Erin Maye Quade
South Dakota patients needing abortion care are beholden to a handful of Minnesota doctors and their travel schedules. The physicians more than rise to the challenge—but what future does this suggest for Midwestern abortion care?Ross, Volunteer Clinic Escort, NYC
Abortion is simply health care. Having one should be no more scrutinized by the government than is having an appendectomy.Kari