“Advocates in the South say “abortion won” is not only untrue in their state, it misses the point. Abortion should be seen as a healthcare issue, not a political one, and access to healthcare shouldn’t sway by state or election year, Shaina Goodman, director for reproductive health and rights at the National Partnership for Women and Families, told me.”
Keeping Score: Democrats Maintain Senate Control in Midterms; Florida Bans Care for Transgender Youth – Ms. Magazine
“A study from the National Partnership for Women & Families revealed Latinas are the group most affected by state abortion restrictions in the aftermath of Dobbs v. Jackson. More than 4 in 10 (6.5 million) Latinas ages 15-49 live in states that have banned or likely will ban abortion.”
Abortion Rights Tops Biden To-Do List Even Without Congress – Bloomberg Law
“That “should give the administration everything they need to push ahead with a bold agenda that protects abortion access,” said Shaina Goodman, director for reproductive health and rights at the National Partnership for Women & Families”
New Abortion Laws Could Cause More Deaths For Black Women, Reports Say – Yahoo! News
“A report from the National Partnership for Women and Families also stated that Black women are three to four times more likely to experience a pregnancy-related deaths or complications compared to women of other races and this spans income and education levels.”
‘It’s all about abortion’: how women clawed back ground for the Democrats – Financial Times
Jocelyn Frye, president of the National Partnership for Women & Families, a non-partisan non-profit, said voters on Tuesday had “rejected the false narrative that too often treats women and the issues they care about as separate from the economy”.
New Study Says 6.5 Million Latinas Are In Danger After Roe v. Wade Overturn – BELatina News
“Anyone who is capable of getting pregnant at some point may need abortion care,” the director for reproductive health and rights at the National Partnership for Women & Families, Shaina Goodman, said in an interview. “The breakdown of the data is really about telling a story about who is harmed. It’s moms, it’s moms with young kids, it’s people who are struggling to make ends meet.”
How Harris is listening — and speaking — about abortion rights before the midterms – NPR
“I think what is immediately evident when you attend those meetings is that she is very much involved in the conversation,” Jocelyn Frye, an ally of the Biden administration who is president of the advocacy group National Partnership for Women and Families.
‘Abortion absolutely is health care,’ U.S. House panel told as GOP pursues nationwide ban – Maryland Matters
“Women’s progress has always been inextricably linked with the ability to control our own bodies,” Jocelyn Frye, the president of the National Partnership for Women & Families, told members of the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform during a three-hour-plus hearing in the Rayburn House Office Building. “Access to abortion has been pivotal to women and all those who give birth,” Frye continued. “Research shows that restricting abortion impacts the health, safety, and welfare of people who are pregnant.”
Abortion misinformation surges in Latino communities – Axios
Sinsi Hernández-Cancio, vice president for health justice at the nonpartisan nonprofit National Partnership for Women & Families, noted that Latinos often distrust medical institutions due to histories of maltreatment, like forced sterilizations.
States Where Abortion Is Illegal Also Have the Worst Support Systems for Mothers – U.S. News & World Report
“What we have seen for years is that lack of access to abortion or restrictions around abortion also occur in states that have some of the fewest supports,” says Jocelyn Frye, president of the National Partnership for Women and Families.
“The folks pushing the harshest restrictions around reproductive rights are also the ones who don’t support the child tax credit or the child care expansion or paid family leave,” she says.
“And if you get out of the work-family policies, they are also the ones pushing voting rights restrictions,” Frye adds. “What it says to me is that this is really not about supporting women or families. It is not about women’s health. It is about a different type of agenda that mostly involves controlling women and controlling women’s bodies and furthering a particular ideology and viewpoint. And that is contrary to the rhetoric around supporting women and families.”
Abortions in Michigan: What we know about the women who get them – Detroit Free Press
Shaina Goodman, director of reproductive health and rights at the National Partnership for Women & Families, a non-partisan abortion rights advocacy group, said “real people are suffering as a result” of the to-be-determined status of abortion in states like Michigan. She said restrictions may push people to pursue unofficial abortions that wouldn’t be reported to the state.
McDonough: VA ‘looking very closely’ at abortion options for veterans – CNN
“An analysis by the National Partnership for Women & Families found that nearly 400,000 female veterans of reproductive age live in states likely or certain to ban abortion.”