When the U.S. Government Focuses on Women’s Reproductive Health and Equity
The United States has a history of promoting female empowerment.
Women have been part of the American Revolution, the founding of the United States, the Civil War, and more.
These are all milestones that have contributed to women’s empowerment in the U, but in the 21st century, they are often under attack.
We are in a time of a new wave of social injustice, which targets women’s reproductive health and equity, a topic that many Americans have been grappling with.
In response to the Trump administration’s plan to defund Planned Parenthood and its partner organizations, Planned Parenthood’s president, Cecile Richards, recently told the House Appropriations Committee that “there is a lot of concern that the United State will no longer be a force for reproductive justice and equity.”
Richards’ comments come after the Department of Justice announced it will seek to defund the nation’s largest abortion provider, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and two other Planned Parenthood affiliates in the first week of January 2019.
In a statement, the Justice Department said it will “examine any attempts by entities, organizations, or persons to deny access to abortion services.”
Under the Trump Administration, these funds will go to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which is a part of HHS.
The Trump administration also announced it would seek to end Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood, as well as to “fund low-income women’s health programs” like Meals on Wheels.
These actions are a direct attack on women’s rights.
The U.N. estimates that abortion rights could cost the United Kingdom more than $600 billion in 2019.
As women continue to have access to health care in the United Nations and other nations, they will be able to access abortion services, but will still face stigma and discrimination.
The recent news about the defunding of Planned Parenthood has sparked outrage among abortion rights activists, who see this as an attack on the right to reproductive health care and rights.
In addition to the defund of Planned Partners, the Trump government is also looking to defund all women’s-owned businesses in the country.
These businesses, like the women who make dresses for fashion designers and the women selling handmade jewelry, are the heart and soul of the women’s movement.
They are the ones who have been building the American dream, who have given birth to the American Dream.
We want to honor them, to celebrate them, and to fight for them in the fight for reproductive rights.
It’s important to note that the Trump budget will not actually defund Planned PPAs.
The proposed budget does include a number of changes to Planned Parenthood services, including a requirement that they provide abortions and other contraceptive services.
These proposals are being considered by Congress, but are likely to face resistance.
The American Civil Liberties Union has called on Congress to reject these changes and support women’s healthcare.
For now, however, the new funding will only impact women’s access to care and support.
In the meantime, we must continue to fight to protect women’s fundamental reproductive health rights and rights to reproductive justice.
Women’s rights groups are also calling on Congress and the White House to protect Planned Parenthood from defunding and the impact it will have on women in their communities.