AUSTIN, Texas – The Supreme Court of the United States today released a ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. Within 30 days, abortion care will be banned in the state of Texas. […]
Roe v. Wade has been the law of the land for almost 50 years. Many of us do not know a time without it, and we’re left wondering: What was abortion access like before Roe, during Roe, and what could it be like after Roe? […]
Everyone with a uterus can become pregnant and needs access to abortion care, as well as the full spectrum of reproductive healthcare. Using inclusive, gender-neutral language, like “people seeking abortions,” instead of “women seeking abortions,” when talking about abortion is just one way to ensure LGBTQIA+ people are represented in the reproductive justice movement and face less stigma when accessing abortion and all forms of reproductive healthcare. […]
Reverend Erin Walter, a minister, activist, and musician based in Austin is using her position as a faith leader to bend Texas toward justice. […]
The first Thursday of May marks National Day of Prayer. Begun as a day meant to honor the power of intentional introspection for people of all faiths–and even those of non-faith–the day is often co-opted by the religious right to push forth their political agenda which unfailingly centers an evangelical version of Christianity. The religious right using faith as a political tactic to control the masses is nothing new. But this National Day of Prayer comes just days after the leaked draft of the Supreme Court majority opinion was released that suggests the U.S. Supreme Court intends to strike down Roe v. Wade. Once again, we are seeing how the far right’s boundless cruelty inflicts harm upon the communities that people of faith are meant to care for.