The Guardian Examines Implications Of President Trump’s Reinstatement, Expansion Of Mexico City Policy
The Guardian: How Trump signed a global death warrant for women
“Six months ago, one powerful white man in the White House, watched by seven more, signed a piece of paper that will prevent millions of women around the world from deciding what they can and can’t do with their own bodies. In that moment, on his very first Monday morning in office, Donald Trump effectively signed the death warrants of thousands of women. He reversed global progress on contraception, family planning, unsustainable population growth, and reproductive rights. His executive order even has implications for the battle against HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria…” (Boseley et al., 7/21).