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Maternal Justice

Finding Your Way After a Stillbirth

January 13, 2020
Stillbirth affects tens of thousands of American families every year. This post was originally written for National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month in October 2019. After Autumn was stillborn, I was full of self-loathing over the fact that I failed to bring her home alive. However, once I...
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Hablemos sobre la Justicia Materna

January 1, 2020
El año pasado vimos aumentar el momentum alrededor de la mortalidad materna, justicia reproductiva y servicios abortivos a nivel nacional y estatal. Apoyamos coaliciones/orgs a cargo de mujeres afroamericanas como SisterSong, BMMA y Ancient Song Doula que luchan por autonomía corporal como derecho...
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Maternal Health and Abortion Restrictions: How Lack of Access to Quality Care Is Harming Black Women

December 11, 2019
What do rising maternal mortality rates and restrictive abortion laws have in common, women of color are disproportionately impacted. The National Partnership for Women & Families and In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Justice Agenda examine the connections in a new issue brief.
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November #MaternalJustice Tweetchat: Native American Maternal Health

December 5, 2019
On Monday, November 25th at 8pm EST , we hosted our monthly #MaternalJustice tweetchat where we discussed the current state of Native American Maternal Health and the disparities that Native women face. A new analysis conducted by the Center for American Progress found that, "the experience of...
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Giving Thanks: Your November MOMentum

November 30, 2019
This month, we are thankful for supporters like YOU! MomsRising supporters turned up in record numbers to host MomsRising’s super voter treasure boxes at polling locations across Virginia, and to get out the vote across the nation! That’s not all — in November, MomsRising/MamásconPoder supporters...
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This Week's Top #5Actions! Nov. 22, 2019

November 23, 2019
As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday next week, we are super grateful for all of our MomsRising members and all that you do. Please take a minute to check out our latest list of actions. We are fighting for Equal Pay, Protecting SNAP and reducing the amount of young people in prison. Here's the...
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Join Monifa Bandele for Webinar on Transparency in Policing

November 19, 2019
Please join MomsRising's Senior Vice President, Monifa Bandele, on today's webinar hosted by The Justice Collaborative called Transparency For The Police, Transparency for The Courts. She will be joined by State Senator Nancy Skinner (CA, D9), Gabriel Caswell of the CA State Senate Public Safety...
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New Podcast: Democracy Revival!

November 19, 2019
On the #RADIO show this week we cover how your voice is needed to lift healthcare coverage and the Safe Step Act. And discuss the powerful work of Black Voters Matter. There is some lively conversation on what you can do to stop the unfair cradle to prison pipeline. There’s also discourse on rise...
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Risers Radio: Nothing Spooky About Change!

November 7, 2019
There’s an all new episode of our Breaking Through podcast show this week where we cover all the many GOOD things that could be done with the funds Trump wants to use for his ridiculous wall. We also talk about Breast Cancer Awareness month and how women’s healthcare is under attack. And you can...
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Top #5Actions of the Past Week: October 24, 2019

October 25, 2019
Know what's spookier than a bump in the night? Not speaking out about issues that matter to women and families! We're here to help, with this week's round-up of top actions. Please scroll down and make sure you've signed them all, then be sure to share with family and friends too. Because together...
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