Category Archives: reproductive justice

Ode to the IUD

Inside the uterus, we’re little T’s Small and versatile are we Teenagers come from their pediatrician Determined to have safer sex, they are on a mission Postpartum parents of all stripes Love this flexible little device Three, five, or ten … Continue reading

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On the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade: A Midwife’s Bittersweet Reflections

Today is a beautiful and tortuous day, and while I feel great elation every January 22nd, celebrating the Anniversary of legal abortion in the US, this day is also deeply painful. This is my third Roe Day working as a … Continue reading

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Why Police Murder and Mass Incarceration Are Reproductive Justice Issues

I have been a little absent of late, mostly due to life getting extremely busy, but also because with the recent grand jury non-indictments of both of the police officers that murdered Michael Brown and Eric Garner, I have been … Continue reading

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