Reporting on gender, reproductive & environmental justice in the Americas

The Bad Guy List: Inside the whisper network of sex workers organizing to stop serial killers before they strike, Cosmopolitan
How to Kill a Rural Hospital, The Nation
Adora Perez Is Free, New York Magazine’s The Cut
The ex-fitness trainers creating a Black-owned ranch: ‘We need a new system,’ The Guardian
>Diet for a hotter climate: five plants that could help feed the world, The Guardian
If Abortion Is Illegal, Will Every Miscarriage Be a Potential Crime?, Mother Jones
Don’t Fear a Red Planet: The Story of the World’s Only Native Comic Shop, The Nation
A mom was charged with child neglect for using medical marijuana while pregnant. The Arizona case could set a precedent, The Washington Post
How Indigenous women are taking back the birthing process: ‘There is a reclaiming happening’, The Washington Post
Sarah McBride becomes highest-ranking transgender state legislator in America, The Washington Post
Fiber Artists Are Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg With Lace Collars, ELLE (Image via Instagram)
25 Reproductive Rights Books Literally Everyone Should Read, Cosmopolitan
Less than 1 percent of America’s lactation consultants are Indigenous. For these women, it’s a way to empower their communities. The Washington Post
With Mil Mundos, María Herron Has Built a Bookstore for the Black & Brown Bushwick Community, Remezcla
Chrissy Teigen Starts Crucial Conversation About Pregnancy Loss and Reproductive Stigma, Teen Vogue
Everything You Need to Know About the Abortion Pill, Cosmopolitan
How (Yes) Cardboard Is Revolutionizing The Latin American Book Industry, The Establishment
Material Acts: Chilean Embroiderers Record Memory Stitch-by-Stitch, BitchMedia, Print & Online
“Green Tide” Reaches Mexico as Oaxaca Decriminalizes Abortion, Co-Published in NPR’s LatinoUSA, NACLALatin America News Dispatch & Latino Rebels
She Used Drugs While Pregnant. Should She Be in Prison? After having a stillbirth, Adora Perez was charged with murder.
New York Magazine’s The Cut
How Mexican feminists are helping Americans get abortions, The Guardian
For decades, welfare laws kept Native American families together. Will the supreme court end them?, The Guardian
Wafa Ghnaim Uses the Traditional Craft of Tatreez to Preserve and Share Palestinian History, Vogue
What to know about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day, The Washington Post
Scenes from Roe Protests Across America, Mic
There’s an epidemic of missing Indigenous women. One mother wants answers about her daughter, The Washington Post
Scientists urged caution for using a common pain reliever during pregnancy. More information is needed, OB/GYNs say, The Washington Post
Navajo Nation celebrates its first official Pride parade after a devastating year, The Washington Post
This women-made tool could help get more disabled people vaccinated, The Washington Post
Violence against Indigenous women is ‘a crisis.’ Deb Haaland’s new Missing & Murdered Unit could help, advocates say, The Washington Post
Protesters Say Tear Gas Caused Them to Get Their Period Multiple Times in a Month, Teen Vogue
Indigenous Youth Want Deb Haaland to Be Joe Biden’s Interior Secretary, Teen Vogue
This International Women’s Day Rise Up Against Capitalism and Femicide, The Nation
Exactly How to Get a Safe Abortion, Cosmopolitan
The election could have big implications for Native Americans. These three women are getting out the vote, The Washington Post
What We Can Learn From Feminist Federal Credit Unions, The Nation
‘How many people get to say they worked for their idol?’: Women in law remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s profound impact, The Washington Post (Contributed Reporting)
Traditional Dance Offers Hope to Indigenous Communities, ZORA Magazine
The Mobile Book Cart That Began on Instagram, Literary Hub
Filthy, Brilliant Drawings: The Enduring Legend Of Julie Doucet’s Feminist Comics, The Establishment
Joleen Nez: A Death in Custody, The Nation
The Indigenous cafe using native cuisine to help its chefs fight addiction, The Guardian
‘It could feed the world’: amaranth, a health trend 8,000 years old that survived colonization, The Guardian
Kim Blalock Took Lawfully Prescribed Pain Killers During Pregnancy—And Was Charged With A Felony, Elle
The Long, Scary History of Doctors Reporting Pregnant People to the Cops, Mother Jones
A 27-year-old wanted to see her Asian American story reflected in bookstores. So she opened her own, The Washington Post
Homicide is a leading cause of death in pregnant people, a new study finds. Black women are at greatest risk, The Washington Post
They Asked for PPE and Got Body Bags Instead—She Turned Them Into a Healing Dress, Vogue
Argentina’s Decades-Long Fight to Legalize Abortion Ends in Victory,
The Nation
Biden omitted an abortion restriction from his budget. Women of color are to thank, activists say, The Washington Post
The Red Nation Wants Its Land Back, The Nation
New York’s ‘walking while trans’ ban targeted women of color, advocates say. Now it’s being repealed, The Washington Post/figcaption>
The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause is a Step Toward Taking Women’s Health More Seriously, Teen Vogue
Arizona surprised the nation in the presidential election. Native voters are part of the reason, these activists say, The Washington Post
Beyond the Bombs: Using soccer to teach landmine safety after conflict, Stranger’s Guide: Colombia
The G.L.I.T.S. House Allows Homeless LGBTQ People a Place to Thrive, Teen Vogue
Use of ‘at-home abortion pills’ rises amid pandemic – and faces new threats, The Guardian
A record 574 LGBTQ candidates ran this year. Here are the big wins so far, The Washington Post
An Interview With Elena Kanagy-Loux, the Woman Who Made One of RBG Lace Collars, Teen Vogue (Image Courtesy of Columbia Law School)
In Chile, women use traditional embroidery to urge political change, PRI’s The World
Argentina’s Ni Una Menos turns focus to economic crisis, abortion, Al Jazeera English

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