Dr. Ifeyinwa Asiodu’s research isn’t meant to sit in journals. “To know that my work is resonating with people and that they can use it to amplify and support the work they’re doing is one of the biggest motivating factors for me,” she says. “That’s why I do this work.”
In a new study, ANSIRH conducted surveys and interviews with women entering prenatal care in Louisiana (a state with considerable restrictions on abortion) and Maryland (a state with almost no restrictions on the procedure) to understand their pregnancy intentions and health and social service needs.
Dr. Brittany Chambers writes about her research on structural racism and reproductive health, and the policy priorities her team is developing in partnership with Black women, in Apolitical's field guide on health equity and structural racism.