Stylist Magazine: The Alabama abortion ban is disturbing. Northern Ireland’s is even worse

Two years ago, activists began walking into government buildings across the US, dressed in the heavy red cloaks and white bonnets used to identify women forced to reproduce in Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel. In Ohio, women wearing handmaid costumes staged a silent protest at a hearing of a bill that would ban the state’s most common abortion method. Elaina Ramsey, the executive director of the Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, told The New York Times that the demonstration was intended to highlight “how women are being disregarded in a conversation being shaped by men legislating women’s bodies”.

Record-Courier: Pro-choice rally tells state Sen. Roegner ‘we deserve better’

On March 7th, Ohio RCRC organized a rally in Wooster to demonstrate local opposition to the six-week abortion ban (Senate Bill 23), a bill that Senator Kristina Roegner has introduced and championed in the 133rd General Assembly. The Record-Courier, the main paper for a major portion of Sen. Roegner's district, covered our event.

Columbus Dispatch: "Kasich must stand up for women, veto bills"

A letter to the editor from our very own Elaina Ramsey: “We must work toward a compassionate society where women’s bodily autonomy is honored, and children are born wanted and welcomed into a safe community that provides for their needs. I urge Gov. Kasich to veto House Bill 258 and Senate Bill 145.”