Abortion doulas want to protect the right to bodily autonomy

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“We know that ultimately, abortion is essential health care. It is our right to exercise bodily autonomy, and we're not going to stop exercising that right because politicians think they can legislate our bodies,” says abortion doula Sarah Michal Hamid. Photo by Shutterstock.

A group of doulas with the Los Angeles Abortion Support Collective are organizing to protect abortion access as states respond to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

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