07.24.2020  /   webmaster
Here's what's happened with forced parental involvement laws across the country over the last year.... Read more
07.23.2020  /   If/When/How Guest Voice
If/When/How talks with Shantell Hardiman, a Patient Advocate at A Woman's Choice of Jacksonville, about supporting young people seeking abortion care and how her training as a paralegal informs her work.... Read more
07.22.2020  /   If/When/How Guest Voice
By: Mashayla Hays, Esq., Legal Fellow, ACLU of Kentucky

While we continue to push to end parental involvement laws and the end of the judicial bypass system, we can also remember that judicial bypass is a way for young people to be their own advocates, just as they are in many other areas of their lives. ... Read more
07.21.2020  /   If/When/How Guest Voice
By: N., a 17-year-old high school student living in Florida

As a teen, you’re young -- you have to experience things and live and learn. But your body is your own, and if you feel like something is not right for you, you know it’s not right for you.... Read more
06.30.2020  /   webmaster
By Jessica Goldberg, J.D., If/When/How Youth Access Counsel

While June Medical maintains the status quo, the status quo for young people seeking abortion care is unacceptable.... Read more
04.6.2020  /   webmaster
Meet Reproductive Justice Fellow Aimee Registe, who is taking her passion for advocacy to SisterLove, Inc. in Atlanta this fall.... Read more
11.15.2019  /   webmaster
Our researchers called local county courts across Florida in order to gauge court staff’s familiarity with the judicial waiver or bypass process, and the results were deeply disappointing.... Read more
07.25.2019  /   webmaster
Florida State House Rep. Anna Eskamani, who led opposition to new restrictions on abortion access for young folks in Florida, talks about her intersectional approach to ensuring reproductive justice is a reality for all.... Read more