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Privacy should arm the many, not just shield the few

Jill E. Adams, executive director, Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice, Berkeley Law | June 24, 2015

When it comes to our most intimate experiences and decisions, the right to privacy should arm the many, not just shield the few who can afford to pay for it. We’ve learned in the years since Griswold v. Connecticut that privacy is not a panacea for the fulfillment of all people’s sexual and reproductive rights. … Continue reading »

Pro-Choice: The game of the name

Robin Lakoff, professor emerita of linguistics | July 29, 2014

Oh rats! They’re at it again. According to an article in the July 29 issue of the New York Times, some leaders of women’s reproductive rights organizations are advocating changing the name from Pro-Choice, as it has been for the past 40 years, to something else – anything else (no possibilities are given). While it … Continue reading »