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Feb 07

Joining the March for Women

“…if you look at our country’s history, change doesn’t come from presidents. Change comes from large groups of angry people. And if Day 1 is any indication, you are part of the largest group of angry people I have ever seen.”  Aziz Ansari, Saturday Night Live Monologue Ever since the election, the Reproductive Health Access…

Feb 03

Black History Month: Dorothy Roberts

RHAP’s first #BlackHistoryMonthFeature is Dorothy Roberts; a law professor, essayist, and social justice scholar focusing on the intersections of race, gender, socio-economic conditions and the law. Her work primarily focuses on African Americans, women, and children through the lens of public policy, bioethics and health. In 1997, Roberts’ groundbreaking book “Killing the Black Body: Race,…

Jan 17

Volunteer for RHAP

If there is a silver lining to the challenges that lie ahead, it is the satisfaction of knowing that more people are willing to mobilize and become aware of the injustices the incoming administration tries to pose on the American public. We have seen the impact of this increased engagement.  Since the election more individuals…

Jan 10

Religious Freedom Day

Many of the clinicians the Reproductive Health Access Project (RHAP) often works with face barriers to providing comprehensive reproductive health care due to religious discrimination from institutions, co-workers, administrators, and lawmakers. This is why RHAP is proud to be a part of the Coalition on Liberty & Justice (CLJ), an alliance of faith-based and secular…

Dec 26

Reflection on the Next Four Years

The political landscape for reproductive health care—in the face of the incoming administration and an anti-abortion Congress—will be challenging in the coming months and years. While there is a lot we don’t know for sure, there are some things we do know. We know that there are serious threats to the future of women’s health…

Dec 19

Spotlight on a Donor

Eve Peyser is a writer, comedian, and activist. Her work focuses on relationships and the internet. She is currently the night editor at Gizmodo and her bylines include Gawker, New York Magazine, GQ, and Esquire. Eve is also big fan of the Reproductive Health Access Project. She helped organize our Hyde UnHappy Hour in September…