“Young people have the right to full and complete information about their reproductive and sexual health, and deserve access to fully confidential services. This harmful final rule from the Trump administration flies in the face of what young people need, essentially dismantling the program that has served low-income and young people for years,” said Debra Hauser, President of Advocates for Youth. “Young people are working to move this country forward, not backward, and they won’t tolerate these constant attacks on abortion care and all reproductive and sexual health care services.”
The Supreme Court decision to block Louisiana’s law that would place onerous restrictions on abortion clinics is welcome news in a time of toxic rhetoric and calls for draconian restrictions on abortion care.
We are disappointed and concerned about the infighting and divisiveness that continues to engulf the Women’s March, Inc. Racism, including accusations of antisemitism against the March’s leaders of color, and racially charged efforts to discredit these same leaders plague January 19th’s fight for gender equity and threaten to further tear apart a movement founded on the principles of unity and inclusion.