An IPS and Indie Lens Pop-Up (formerly Community Cinema) preview screening about two people of faith who come together to explore the contradictions of a nation rife with gun violence.
Conservative Texas lawmakers aren’t satisfied with the damage they’ve already done.
Although its opposition to abortion and family planning probably won’t foment a landslide away from the Catholic Church, the steady erosion of membership is increasing.
Many white Americans fear “population control” lest the world be overrun by madly procreating Muslims.
American women are fed up.
Liberals aren’t trying to make anyone use birth control.
To say that the issue of abortion excites strong feelings is to state the obvious. But abortion also inspires complex feeling, especially for women. A perfect vehicle for carrying all this challenging, raging, nuanced emotion: poetry.
Nearly 40 years after the landmark Supreme Court decision, Sarah Weddington is still a tireless advocate for women.
Even though they’re afraid to utter the W word, it’s pretty easy to see what their views are on issues concerning the majority of voters.
Reducing abortion rates requires better sex education and more access to contraception, but many states aren’t on board.
The nation’s leader in abstinence-only education has the third-highest teen pregnancy rate.