The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine issued, for the first time, a comprehensive report on the state of abortion safety and quality in the United States. A key finding supports what we have long known, that primary care providers can safely provide abortion care.
Every month, RHAP will publish articles in our blog highlighting an important voice in the reproductive justice movement, and near the end of the year it will be compiled into a book, A Common Thread: Weaving Reproductive Health, Rights & Justice. Become a sustaining donor of $25 or more and secure your copy today!
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This patient fact sheet, ideal for health centers, doctor’s offices and school clinics, compares different birth control choices by efficacy, pros and cons, and side effects in an easy to read, colorful chart. It is available in Chinese, English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Vietnamese.
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Women’s History Month
Since its establishment in 1987, Women’s History Month has been celebrated to honor achievements that women have contributed to American popular culture, politics, art, and other aspects of American history. In the second chapter of our yearlong reproductive justice campaign, the Reproductive Health Access Project is excited to highlight visible women who are change-makers and…