People don’t want to talk about abortion, but it is what we need to be talking about.
Christina Tudor shares her Planned Parenthood story in light of the recent attacks against the organization. Her story begins in September 2013 and continues into the present as Planned Parenthood continues to be the catalyst for her activism.
Maureen Kelly, vice president for education and training at Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes, kicked off the Women’s Studies event series with her presentation on human rights and sexual rights.
Sophomore Cöelis Mendoza peered out from under her fuchsia bangs with wide eyes at a buzzing crowd of 30 friends and peers, her caramel skin illuminated by the computer screen in front of her. The 19-year-old waddled out from behind the podium, her large, round belly leading the way.
A Congressional investigation into Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s use of federal funds was the central issue to a rally Saturday, renewing an ongoing battle between sexual health promoters and those morally opposed to abortion and birth control.