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  • Mary Tuma sets the standard for reproductive health, rights and justice journalism - Reporting on reproductive rights and abortion in Texas requires a blend of compassion, commitment to people’s personal experiences while also respecting their privacy, and the guts to call out when politics are trumping public health and human rights. The Austin community and state of Texas is lucky to have all of this in reporter Mary Read More
  • Yamani Hernandez brings the voices of people who have had abortions front and center. - “NNAF members center people who have abortions and organize at the intersections of racial, economic, and reproductive justice, talking with people every day who feel a range of emotions, not the least of which is stress about the expense of their abortions…we want to address the deeper systemic issues while centering the voices of people who have abortions.” Read More
  • #Roses4Rosie - October 3 marks 40 years since Rosie Jimenez—a Texan, mother and college student from the South Texas town of McAllen—died from an infection following an unsafe abortion. The federal Hyde Amendment—first passed in 1976 and each year since—prohibited Rosie’s Medicaid insurance from paying for her abortion, so instead Rosie sought out the only procedure she Read More

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