Ilyse Hogue is an expert in organizing and mobilizing grassroots support around social-justice issues, including human rights, media reform and representation, and reproductive freedom. She has been president of NARAL Pro-Choice America since 2013 and previously worked at advocacy organizations including MoveOn.org, Friends of Democracy, and Media Matters. During her tenure at NARAL, Ilyse has pushed the national conversation around abortion access to be one of fundamental human rights and self-determination for women. She has run successful campaigns defending abortion access on the national and state level, and supporting winning candidates for Congress who made reproductive freedom central to their agenda.
In the eyes of Texas, one woman is now nothing more than a machine.
Few people know that Mandela was a global leader on reproductive freedom.
Anti-choice Republicans are using the threat of a government shutdown to—surprise, surprise—renew their attacks on women.
The fake clinics posing as “crisis pregnancy centers” lie to women and shame them, and are supported by extreme politicians and sometimes even taxpayer dollars.
Susan B. Anthony fought her whole life for women’s rights. Now a group using her name wants to win elections to roll them back.
As we mark the fortieth anniversary of Roe v. Wade, how far have we come? And how far do we have to go?