Tenets of Reproductive Justice Take Root at Red-State Conference

Robin Marty at RH Reality Check writes: “Time magazine’s article on the pro-choice movement since Roe v. Wade claimed broadly that the movement was suffering from a generational schism—a break that was resulting in a winnowing away of youth and diversity, which are needed to keep and especially expand access to reproductive rights. Anti-choice activists picked up on that theme and continued with it relentlessly, pointing to Planned Parenthood’s decision to move beyond the ‘pro-choice’ and ‘pro-life’ labels as a sign that choice, as both a descriptor and a movement, was struggling.”