Planned Parenthood’s Spot On App Empowers Women

Resistance Through Technology Celebrating close to 2 years of on-the-go period and birth control tracking, Planned Parenthood, the nation’s leading advocate for women’s healthcare, has reason to cheer. Spot On, the free app available for Apple and Android users, has allowed women the ability to conveniently take control of their reproductive health, from the courtesy … Continue reading Planned Parenthood’s Spot On App Empowers Women

Little Fawn

Finding Identity in No Identity Jennifer Godbold has spent her entire life on a quest to find identity, and sense of self as an adopted child. The daughter of a Vietnamese woman, and an unnamed American soldier, she was brought to the United States during the Vietnam War. She was adopted by a southern family … Continue reading Little Fawn

“Oh Henry”

SC Onward Continues It’s Weekly Protests Two weeks ago, Gary Votour braved the cold mixture of sleet and rain, honoring his commitment to be at the State House in a show of support for repealing South Carolina’s Heritage Act. The weather discouraged participants, but did not dampen Votour and his group SC Onward’s perseverance. “We … Continue reading “Oh Henry”