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Update: On March 30, federal judges in Alabama, Ohio, and Texas temporarily blocked each state's abortion bans. On March 31, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a stay on the ruling in Texas, allowing Texas' abortion ban to go back into effect. We urge
Rabbi Eliana Fischel, a rabbi at Washington Hebrew Congregation in Washington D.C., made the follow statements before the June Medical vs. Russo rally in front of the Supreme Court on Wednesday, March 4.
Our tradition is no stranger to creative controls on
Growing up in Texas, the summer of 2013 was a monumental time to be inspired by the power of women’s voices.
One of the earliest lessons I learned as an advocate is the simple power of showing up. Last week, Reform Jews from across Massachusetts showed up in Boston in support of the ROE Act, a piece of legislation in Massachusetts intended to proactively protect and
In the spring of 2019, an alarming surge in anti-abortion legislation took place in state legislatures across the U.S. Nine states enacted gestational age bans on abortion, many as early as 6 weeks -- before most individuals even know they are pregnant.
Thirty years ago, Congress first officially designated October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic and sexual violence cut across lines of class, race, nationality, gender identity, and sexual orientation - and the Jewish community is not immune.
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