(Roe V. Wade birthday cake)
There were approximately one million posts written for/about the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and reproductive justice, (including mine about third trimester abortions). Here are some of them.
The story that’s taken ten years to tell: On abortion, race and the power of story: Read the shit out of this.
Pro-choice on Amtrak: The time I told a group of anti-choice teenagers about my abortion: Michelle Kinsey Bruns tweets as @ClinicEscort.
5 things you don’t know about Roe – Salon.com: “A look at what it meant — and what it didn’t.”
Inside Mississippi’s Last Abortion Clinic : Feel all the anger.
So That One Day I May Become A Father: On Abortion Rights | Flyover Feminism: Important trans perspectives (not just cis gendered women get pregnant, people.)
Interactive: The Geography of Abortion Access: Like most things-scary, yet informative.
Policing African American Motherhood from Every Angle: This post is part of Still Wading: Forty years of resistance, resilience and reclamation in communities of color.
Get Out of My Crotch! Twenty-One Writers Respond to America’s War on Women’s Rights and Reproductive Health: File under “Books to Buy Immediately”
The Way It Was: Eleanor Cooney’s piece on having an abortion before it was legal.
End of the Road: A profile of one of the oldest living late term abortion doctors.
Choosing Our Own Lives: Two 40-Something Feminists Reflect on Roe: “An e-dialogue about abortion, feminism, family, shame, love, friendship, and the way forward.”