Omaha, Nebraska 2022-07-04 07:32:15 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) — After the Roe v. Wade case was overturned, many are worried about the implications of the Nebraska ban. Abortion advocates say that everyone should have access to medical procedures, but whatever the reason they decide, one group will be more affected than another.
Black women are affected by disproportionately if the ban is enforced in the state, they say. They say black women are already experiencing systematic problems such as affordable housing and wage inequality.
“When we are pregnant when we decide, we see the problem of extreme lack of care, so imagine what they would look like when they were forced pregnant,” said I Be Black Girl. Director Ashlei Spivey said. “We have a high infant mortality rate, we look at the child welfare system to find out about mass imprisonment and how it manifests. Abortion because we don’t care about people completely and need to deal with them. There are bans or access restrictions. Abortion care will exacerbate it. “
According to the CDC, black women are three times more likely to die from pregnancy-related causes than white women nationwide.
Black women also experience a higher rate of sexual and domestic violence. Abortion advocates say restrictions on abortion care will further trap black women.
“If abused people can’t even go down the street to a grocery store, tell me how to cross the state to get the care they need. We’re the worst by ending an abortion. There is no doubt that we will return to the situation. How. ”
However, supporters add that abortion care should be available not only to survivors, but to anyone who wants it. They say patients should make their own decisions about their health, not politicians. That is why they are fighting abortion bans of all kinds, as they did in the past.
“In the last session we won the fight to ensure that abortion care is safe and legal, and that’s what we’re preparing to do in the coming months,” Spivey said. Told.
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