The Real Education and Access for Healthy Youth Act (REAHYA) is important federal legislation that would provide young people with sex education and the sexual health services they need to make informed decisions about their bodies and lives. Check out this fact sheet to learn more about this bill!
The Health Equity and Access Under the Law for Immigrant Families Act, or HEAL, is bold federal legislation that aims to support access to health care for immigrant families. In the 117th Congress, HEAL was introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) and Rep. Nanette Barragán
The Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance Act, or EACH, is bold federal legislation that works to reverse abortion coverage restrictions.
We cannot progress as a nation until we defund the police and prison industrial complex. Police, prisons, and punitive judicial and penal systems are deeply intertwined and function together to devastate Black communities and other communities of color. This is why Black community members and Black-led organizations have spent years
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every facet of society, unveiling how current systems have and continue to fail communities in Ohio and across the country. Ohio’s elected officials like Governor Mike DeWine, Lieutenant Governor John Husted, Attorney General David Yost, and the Director of the Ohio Department of Health
Current requirements for sex education in Alabama are sex negative, homophobic, medically inaccurate, culturally incompetent, ineffective, and do not provide the kind of information young people want and need to live happy and healthy sexual lives.
The sexual health programming in Ohio’s public schools is not mandated to be medically accurate, age-appropriate, culturally competent, and is not prohibited from promoting religion or biased information.
Young people and historically marginalized communities have called for bold democracy reform and an expansion of voting rights in Ohio and across the country. In order to protect the integrity of elections and ensure broad civic participation by young people, rural communities, people with low-incomes, and Black, Native, Latinx, and