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Planned Parenthood chief medical officer Dr. Colleen McNicholas talks with Rachel Maddow about how state abortion bans are forcing women in medical need to endure potentially life-threatening suffering. MSNBC
MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber, The Nation’s Joan Walsh and New York Times reporter Linda Greenhouse, to discuss the Dobbs decision and its impact on SCOTUS legitimacy. MSNBC
Sermon by Rev. Dr. Caleb J. Lines
Watch Rev. Dr. Caleb J. Lines for the highlights from his Sunday service on Reproductive Rights on June 26th, 2022! READ ON ...
“Anti-Choice is Anti-Christian”
Sermon by Rev. Mark Sandlin
Watch Rev. Mark Sandlin, Presbyterian Church of the Covenant on his June 26, 2022, sermon on Abortion Rights. READ ON ...
Progressive Faith Leaders, including Jamie Manson of Catholics for Choice and the National Catholic Reporter, share thoughts on abortion. Originally posted to YouTube by Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
May 19, 2017
Heard on All Things Considered
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Show the world that your are not mutually exclusive: you can love both Jesus and Reproductive Rights. You can be a Christian and believe in choice. Many doctors, ob's, nurses and others that help with reproductive issues are people of deep faith.
What would it mean to codify Roe into law – and is there any chance of that happening? by Linda C. McClain, Professor of Law, Boston University
Demonstrators march in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade in Boston on June 24, 2022.
PHOTO BY BARRY CHIN/THE BOSTON GLOBE VIA GETTY IMAGES
by Abaki Beck & Rosalyn Lapier; Yes! Magazine
by Loretta June Ross of Yes! Magazine
Yes! Magazine shared a number of informative, important, motivating articles pre- and post- Supreme Court ruling on Roe, including: After Roe v. Wade: Rage and Resistance by Sunnivie Brydum & Sonali Kolhatkar
by Yes! Editors
by Michele Gilman
by James Burklo on May 5, 2022
"...It is time for our progressive churches to declare ourselves publicly as “Choice Sanctuaries” – where we actively support each other in exercising our sacred human right to reproductive freedom."
From The Washington Post:
Perspective by Ria Tabacco Mar, director of the ACLU's Women's Rights Project
Leaky legal protections and economic penalties riddle the health-care and workplace landscapes
Follow Matthew Fox's numerous writings on Reproductive Rights here.
After a leaked draft Supreme Court opinion signaled the court’s intention to overturn the landmark decision in Roe v. Wade, advocates for reproductive justice took to the streets in cities nationwide.
A pro-choice activist protests during a rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in response to the leaked Supreme Court draft decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
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While roughly one in four individuals capable of being pregnant have an abortion by 45, many are left to process the experience alone. Reproductive justice advocates say that challenging stigma, centering equity, and demonstrating unconditional kindness are vital to providing inclusive care.
Illustration by Ada Dasilva/Getty Images
Matthew Fox offers, Something Positive Religion Could Do for Women Who Have Had Abortions
Yes! Journal; by Michele Gilman
A Conversation about Faith & Abortion: Seeking Middle Ground: The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas recently hosted a forum on faith and abortion. Rev. Adam Hamilton, senior pastor, moderated a discussion featuring female panelists, including medical professionals, a legal scholar, a judge, and a former Kansas legislator. This was a fascinating conversation and could be a good tool to spark respectful conversation within your church. Watch panel (starts just after the 33-minute mark)