The Pandemic Politics of Reproductive Health Care

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The campaign to prove that abortion is not health care did not bring with the COVID-19 pandemic, and it won’t end there either. 

This piece is part of Women on the Frontlines: COVID and Beyond,” an online symposium examining the political, economic, social and legal status of women.

Sponsored by the Cornell Law Review with the Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy and co-hosted by Ms. and others, the symposium brings to light the ways women labor and lead at the forefront of society, constituting the foundation of essential workers, and performing critical services from child to medical care. But during the pandemic, women (especially women of color) suffer persistent economic constraints; health and death disparities; obstruction of rights; and the troubling perceptions of expendability. Join us in a discourse about the role of women and pathways…

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