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Last week, San Francisco hosted the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS). The three-day conference brought together heads of state, policy makers, scientists, and leaders from civil society to discuss ... read more

When religion ‘trumps’ reproductive rights, enter public health

For decades now, advocates for religious and reproductive rights have argued their morality on the grounds of women’s health. The latest crusade comes with Trump’s announcement to expand religious acc... read more

Keeping Score: 73 Percent of Voters Don’t Want Roe v. Wade Overturned

The Republican-controlled Virginia Senate Tuesday voted to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment ... a report out this week co-authored by Harvard Business School Professor and Managing the Future of Work ... read more

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Racism is also a reproductive rights issue

Generally speaking, Americans understand reproductive rights as being about abortion ... As Salamishah Tillet, Associate Professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania, recently put it, “Black ... read more


IVF Ban lifted in Costa Rica: a success for reproductive rights?

Morgan is a medical anthropologist and professor at ... understanding of reproductive health policy toward the recent lift of a ban on IVF in Costa Rica and unpacks the implications it has for women’s ... read more

The implications of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation for reproductive health politics and policies in the United States

In particular, abortion rights and broader reproductive rights including ... Natalie Gladstein, MD, MSc, Obstetrician/Gynecologist and Physicians for Reproductive Health Fellow Scott L. Greer, PhD. Pr... read more

Raising the Price of Reproductive Rights

Professor Joyce clearly explains why many abortion providers are vulnerable to economic pressure and how increases in the distance women must travel to obtain an abortion can put reproductive rights b... read more

The anti-Silver: CU prof who projected Romney landslide issues mea culpa

If Nate Silver of the FiveThirtyEight blog is biggest winner of the election prognosticators ... part by shifting attention to issues such as immigration and women’s reproductive rights that play to O... read more

Live blog of confirmation hearings, Day 4: Yale law prof says Kavanaugh is best choice for Democrats

Yale law professor Akhil Reed Amar told the Senate Judiciary ... people on the ground who will be depending on Kavanaugh to protect their rights, Murray said. Murray said reproductive rights are under ... read more

Safe and Supported: Inside the DIY Abortion Movement

The mainstream movement for abortion rights has largely shaped a narrative that centers formal medical settings and access to those spaces. While this is key, what sort of tensions with the larger rep... read more

Reproductive Rights Prof Blog

Features news, information, scholarship and resources mainly for law school professors who teach and write about reproductive rights. Author: Caitlin E. Borgmann, an assistant professor at CUNY School ... read more

Reproductive Rights Prof Blog

Nation (June 13, 2017): Why is Reproductive Justice Vital to This Political Moment? A New Book Breaks it Down, by Dani McClain: In 1994, a dozen black women at a pro-choice conference developed a new ... read more



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