Life is fragile. Antonin Scalia died in his sleep. Let me begin by telling his family I feel terrible for them. Antonin Scalia was a principled person. He and many of you reading this column may not have agreed on many of the issues that came before the Supreme Court, but he did attempt to help us understand the importance of having consistent laws.
The sad truth about American history is that Black women have long been denied the resources and services to make informed decisions about their health care. And when a Black woman is unable to access the health care services she needs, those barriers stand in the way of higher education and financial stability for herself and her family.