Last week, I had the privilege of profiling the Tampa Bay Abortion Fund and learn about the incredible work they’re doing in the area. This week, I built them a website!
A few weeks ago, I was approached by the incredible Tampa Bay Abortion Fund about working with them on a profile. Today, it went like on the Women’s Voices Media site! Check it out below. The TBAF might be the coolest Fund in the country–I’ve never seen an org do so much incredible work in addition to the badass work of funding abortion.
My latest for my Medium blog! I interviewed Susan Yanow of Women Help Women USA: Self-managed Abortion Safe and Supported – SASS and Caitlin Caitlin Gerdts, Vice President for Research at Ibis Reproductive Health about EukiApp–the coolest app on the market.
A few weeks ago, I talked with Dr. Jessica Grossman, the CEO of Medicines360, an incredible nonprofit organization working to close systemic gaps in women’s healthcare. We talked barriers to health, COVID-19, and how we can all protect our sexual and reproductive health. Give our full conversation a read below.
As abortion care becomes harder to access, organizations like WRRAP fill a critical gap in funding for patients
It’s a crazy time to get an abortion right now. It surprises me to even have to say that, considering it’s usually a crazy time to get an abortion, but with the current pandemic, abortion access is in danger. That’s why I’m asking for your donation to the DC Abortion Fund.
I am now live on Medium! I needed a platform more public-facing than my website where I can publish pieces that don’t get picked up by editors or for pieces that I don’t want to get picked up by editors. I already have a handful of things in the queue so make sure to follow me!
On the first day of Passover, I drove a patient home from an abortion clinic amid a crowd of protestors. It’s almost too ironic to write. But that’s never stopped me before! So check out my first piece for The Forward, a Jewish magazine.
We made it out of March! It only took 20 years, but we did it.
Here’s what happened this month:
The coronavirus, and the actions required to protect against it, will likely erode access to abortion care—even in a place like Washington, D.C., a hub with few restrictions, an abortion support infrastructure, and providers across the region.