The Equal Rights Amendment Factor: Reproductive Rights, Justice and Health

Join the ERA Coalition/Fund for Women’s Equality explores the connection between the Equal Rights Amendment and human right to personal bodily autonomy, reproductive rights, and the right to parent children in safe and sustainable communities, including access to health care for pregnant and newly parenting persons.

We’ll be joined in conversation by Leila Abolfazli, David Cohen, and Marcela Howell, with special remarks from Rep. Judy Chu.

How the Climate Crisis Affects Reproductive Rights

By Skye Wheeler This reproductive health crisis, brought about by climate change, can look very different in different regions of the world. Around the world, the climate crisis is worsening… Continue reading How the Climate Crisis Affects Reproductive Rights

Equality for Women of Color

By Carolyn Since the overturning of Roe V. Wade, it is clear that people are showing their true colors. This decision directly affects women of color, and will affect them… Continue reading Equality for Women of Color

The Overturning of Roe V. Wade

By Ri The Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade, ends the constitutional right to an abortion, sending the U.S. back many years into the past. Not allowing women, and child-bearing… Continue reading The Overturning of Roe V. Wade

A Generation Left Unheard: How Teen Girls Have Lost Their Rights

7/27/2022 by KAITLYN DONATO In the time following the Supreme Court’s official overturn of Roe v. Wade, I have reflected on what it means to be a teenage girl in a nation that… Continue reading A Generation Left Unheard: How Teen Girls Have Lost Their Rights

Samantha Gordon: THE PLAN

THE PLAN is a short film by Samantha Gordon, that follows a young girl’s journey to buy Plan B, and the guilt and anxiety that surrounds accessing the contraceptive. Occidental… Continue reading Samantha Gordon: THE PLAN

Cassandra Keho: Without Rest

Installation Title: Without Rest “The ability of women to participate equally in the economic and social life of the Nation has been facilitated by their ability to control their reproductive… Continue reading Cassandra Keho: Without Rest

How Texas’s S.B. 8 Restricts Sexual Abuse Survivor Advocacy

AUSTIN, TX - OCTOBER 02: Demonstrators rally against anti-abortion and voter suppression laws at the Texas State Capitol on October 2, 2021 in Austin, Texas. The Women's March and other groups organized marches across the country to protest the new abortion law in Texas. (Photo by Montinique Monroe/Getty Images)

4/4/2022 by MICHELLE SIMPSON TUEGEL We as attorneys have a right to do our jobs, which includes giving our clients candid, truthful advice, in their best interest, free of coercion. The most… Continue reading How Texas’s S.B. 8 Restricts Sexual Abuse Survivor Advocacy

Women’s Rights and Democracy Are Inextricably Linked

AUSTIN, TX - OCTOBER 02: Demonstrators rally against anti-abortion and voter suppression laws at the Texas State Capitol on October 2, 2021 in Austin, Texas. The Women's March and other groups organized marches across the country to protest the new abortion law in Texas. (Photo by Montinique Monroe/Getty Images)

3/24/2022 by JENNIFER WEISS-WOLF We cannot expect to meas­ure the ebb and flow of a truly inclus­ive demo­cracy without first look­ing to gender equity. Women’s rights have been the canary… Continue reading Women’s Rights and Democracy Are Inextricably Linked

Texas Abortion Ban Endangers Victims of Sexual Violence

When a woman does not have control over her own body, she no longer has control over her own life. Abusers know this, which is why they want power over… Continue reading Texas Abortion Ban Endangers Victims of Sexual Violence