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Native Women and Girls Are In Crisis. In a First-of-Its-Kind Role, Juliet Rudie Is Hoping to Change That

In Minnesota, where Rudie lives and works, the data about murdered and missing Native women is staggering.

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Stacey Abrams Changed Her Mind About Abortion—and She Thinks Others Can Too

The Georgia gubernatorial candidate on her state’s potential six-week abortion ban and how she became pro-choice.

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Anita Hill on the Supreme Court Overturning Roe and Where the Country Goes From Here

After the decision, outrage against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas led to Hill trending on Twitter.

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The Crisis In Kabul Will Not Stop Me From Helping Mothers

Here’s what my maternity ward has been like since the Taliban took over.

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What You Need to Know About Getting Abortion Care at Planned Parenthood Post-Roe

Here’s what you can expect from the organization, no matter what state you live in.

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Women's Bodies Are No Longer Their Own. For Native People, They Never Have Been.

"The U.S. has always viewed childbirth, children, and families of Native people as a threat."

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We Can Expand Women’s Reproductive Rights—Starting at the Pharmacy

With the end of Roe v. Wade, local pharmacies could play a critical role in removing barriers to access birth control.

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Turning Grief and Rage Into Power and Progress

The Supreme Court is out of touch with the majority of Americans regarding abortion rights. We need a new long game.

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What Happens Now That Roe v. Wade Is Overturned?

The Supreme Court struck down Americans’ constitutional right to abortion. Here’s what likely comes next.

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‘I Made the Best Decision For Me’: Congress Gets Personal About Abortion

With abortion rights under attack, ELLE brought together five members of Congress perhaps most qualified to discuss the issue—because they’ve...

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Kendrick Lamar Dedicates Powerful Glastonbury Finale to Women’s Rights

“Godspeed for women’s rights.”

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How to Protest the Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Whether it's taking to the streets or opening up your wallet, here are some ways to help.

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Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, and AOC React to the End of Roe v. Wade

Politicians, activists, and celebs respond to the recent Supreme Court decision.

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How to Donate to an Abortion Fund Now

As 'Roe v. Wade' appears increasingly likely to be overturned, here are 26 states with organizations that could use your support.

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Everything to Know About the Abortion Pill

Medication abortions now account for more than half of all abortions in the U.S.

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Roe v. Wade, Explained: A Summary of the Landmark Abortion Case

The Supreme Court overruled it today.

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The Supreme Court Has Overturned Roe v. Wade, Ending the Constitutional Right to Abortion

This is devastating news.

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Afghanistan Earthquake Tragedy: How to Help

Overnight, a powerful earthquake struck eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 1,000 people and leaving more than 1,500 others injured.

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Without My Abortion, I Would Not Be New York’s Health Commissioner

Dr. Mary T. Bassett wants to make NY a beacon of abortion access. For the first time, she shares why the fight is so personal.

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‘Performative Advocacy Doesn’t Work’: Black Justice Leaders Talk Accountability and the Fight for Reparations

This Juneteenth, we brought together historians, lawyers, and activists to discuss building power for Black communities.

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Gold Medalist Sydney Leroux Opens Up About Her Miscarriage and Why She Chose to Freeze Her Eggs

“There’s a lot of us and a lot of stories that aren’t told. And the pain you carry for the rest of your life is a lot to carry on your own.”

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Tory Burch Wants ‘a World Where Women’s Equality Is a Given, Not a Favor’

At the Embrace Ambition summit, the designer brought together leaders like Julianne Moore and Mindy Kaling to discuss confronting stereotypes and...

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‘It Was Not a Shameful Act’: Rep. Marie Newman on Coming to Terms With Her Abortion

After having an abortion as a college student, Newman said, “I realized that this was me demonstrating agency over my body.”

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How Activists, Celebrities, and Politicians Are Responding to the Uvalde Shooting

Selena Gomez, Missy Elliott, and Bette Midler are among those speaking out on social media.

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Why ‘Suffs’ Is the ‘Hamilton’ for Our Current Times

The Public Theater’s buzzy musical about the women’s suffrage movement is coming to an end—right when we need it most.

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Take ELLE’s Green Survey for World Environment Day

Are you concerned about the climate crisis? How has it already affected your life? We want to hear.

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As a Survivor of Gun Violence, I Know Change Is Possible

Lawmakers must now act to end the epidemic that claimed the lives of my sister-in-law and my nieces.

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