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The Fall of Roe v. Wade is About Coercive Reproductive Labor

As we brace for a regression in abortion rights, we have to reckon with what coercive pregnancies mean in white supremacist capitalism.

Photo of a person holding a sing that reads “My body, my choice” in Spanish.
Photo by Malvestida Magazine on Unsplash. Sign reads “My body, my choice.”

Donald Trump was clear about his intentions to appoint three conservative Supreme Court justices while he was in office: he wanted them…

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Nicole Froio

Nicole Froio

Columnist, reporter, researcher, feminist. Views my own. #Latina. Tip jar: paypal.me/NHernandezFroio

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