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First-Person Stories of Abortion

While Black women have the highest abortion rates in the U.S., very rarely do we hear their voices. “My Abortion,” a new article in New York Magazine, aims at changing that by highlighting a diverse range of women who have had the procedure. One of those women is Cherisse, who is 39 and African-American. She talks about how her lack of knowledge about reproductive health attributed to her unplanned pregnancies. 

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