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Reproductive Justice Tag

Co-published with Lux Magazine. A debate rages in Georgia over who can teach parents to nurse.

Co-published with The GuardianIn Sandpoint, Idaho, the maternity ward closed down. Within months, medical care for women in the rural community was hollowed out.

Co-published with USA TodayWith our support, Mona Iskander travels to the Mississippi Delta to understand how a surge in births is playing out in a state that is already one of the riskiest places in the country

Co-published with Fortune. Millennials aren’t having kids because they have too much student debt. That could hurt the American economy for generations.

Co-published with Teen VogueFor the past 20 years, the Red River Women’s Clinic was the state’s only abortion provider.

Co-published with Fast Company. In this episode we’ll hear from several of the mothers and daughters in the series about how decisions around marriage and children played out in their homes and careers.

Co-published with Fast Company. Francesca followed in her mother Damita’s footsteps, climbing the ladder in corporate roles, but when Damita got a new lease on life, her bravery inspired Francesca to make a drastic change, too.

Co-published with Fast CompanyFrom Fast Company and EHRP, Ambition Diaries is a new mini series that tells the story of 14 mothers and daughters as they navigate the pandemic, discrimination and more.

Co-published with The Washington Post. Some pregnancies and births are difficult enough to give mothers PTSD. When a pregnancy is unwanted, the physical and psychological strains will be even more severe.

Co-published with NATAL. We head home for a final good-bye to hear how Anasia, Ciara, Erick, Shayla and more are building new legacies exactly where they are.

Co-published with NATAL. Alabama Birth Collective founding member, Nadia Gramby, on the sisterhood of birthwork.

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