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How a network of college students is preparing for post-Roe campuses

One drop-off at a time, college students are arming themselves with preventive emergency contraception — which could soon be one of the last legal chances to stop a pregnancy.

Violence spikes as Myanmar garment workers say factories are colluding with the junta

With tensions rising in alleged military-linked factories, brands such as Mango and Zara have cut ties in recent months. But at what cost to the mostly female workforce?

Baby formula marketing practices are still too aggressive

While American mothers can’t find enough formula, a new WHO report details why in other parts of the world parents are getting too much.

The mental health crisis facing Black mothers in the South

Like maternal health broadly, the problem falls along stark racial lines.

From the archives: Her case set the precedent for the Trump administration. Now she’s been granted asylum

How one woman’s asylum case became a vehicle to first deny—and then expand—protections for migrants fleeing gender-based violence.

Violent crime victims in New York struggle to access funds due to them

A state fund designed to help the targets of physical attacks only reaches a small fraction of the people who need it most.

Financial Pandemic: As living costs spiral in Kenya, a mother sacrifices to spare family from ‘dire times’

With food prices soaring to over 12% over the past year, the economic repercussions of the pandemic are being heavily felt across Kenya. Women are particularly vulnerable.

Financial Pandemic: ‘Sri Lanka is not a country for poor people now’

Sri Lanka’s economic crisis has permeated all aspects of life for Read Feroza Hussein, who lives on the outskirts of the nation’s capital.

Financial Pandemic: A Lima woman is fighting to feed her community as food prices soar

Asencia Tuamana, 55, started “Bello Horizonte,” a communal kitchen, in September 2020 to share resources during a nationwide lockdown that left millions of Peruvians with no income.


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