The possible overturn of Roe v. Wade should surprise no one. Marginalized women have been sounding the alarm for decades

The leaked draft ruling of the US Supreme Court to reverse Roe versus Wade — the landmark 1973 judgment that ruled it unconstitutional to restrict the right to have an abortion — was devastating but not surprising. Nor was the news on Wednesday that the Senate voted down a key bill that would have preserved abortion access across the US. Grassroots feminist organizations, especially those led by women of color, Indigenous women and other historically marginalized communities, have been warning us of this day for decades.

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