By Jennifer L. Holland, author of Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement The 2020 edition of American politics is showing once again the power of a politized conservative minority …Read More >
As part of our “Resources for Your Summer Research” blog series, below are a few titles that you can add to your library and share in your research on reproductive justice. Use discount …Read More >
The recent nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court Justice serves as a reminder of the crucial role that the Justices and the Constitution play in our lives. Issues such as reproductive …Read More >
This week, healthcare and politics have been at the fore of public conversation. With Trump’s second pick for the Supreme Court, reproductive freedom, affordable healthcare, and LGBTQ equality hang in the balance. …Read More >
This post is republished for the 2019 Law and Society Association conference in Washington, D.C. (May 30 – June 2). This post was originally published for the 2018 Law and Society Association …Read More >
Most Immigrants Are Women: Does the Trump Administration Want to Deport Them, or Just Keep Them Working for Low Wages?
By Laura Briggs, author of How All Politics Became Reproductive Politics: From Welfare Reform to Foreclosure to Trump It’s always been unclear whether the goal of the Trump White House was to limit …Read More >
by Laura Briggs, author of the forthcoming book How All Politics Became Reproductive Politics: From Welfare Reform to Foreclosure to Trump The Republicans seem determined to end the availability of basic sexual …Read More >