Juliana Britto Schwartz

Juliana is a digital storyteller for social change. As a writer at Feministing since 2013, her work has focused on women's movements throughout the Americas for environmental justice, immigrant rights, and reproductive justice. In addition to her writing, Juliana is a Campaigner at Change.org, where she works to close the gap between the powerful and everyone else by supporting people from across the country to launch, escalate and win their campaigns for justice.

Posts Written by Juliana

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

In great news for abortion access, the Supreme Court has overturned a Texas law requiring clinics that provide abortions to have surgical facilities and doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. Here’s how women at Whole Women’s Health celebrated. 

In great news for abortion access, the Supreme Court has overturned a Texas law requiring clinics that provide abortions to have surgical facilities and doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.

Photo credit: Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

Report: The Environment as the new battleground for human rights

Last year was the most lethal year on record for land and environmental defenders, according to a new report from Global Witness. In 2015, the organization documented the murders of 185 people who were righting to protect their land, forests and rivers against destructive industries. 

Last year was the most lethal year on record for land and environmental defenders, according to a new report from Global Witness. In 2015, the organization documented the murders of 185 people who were righting to protect ...

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Queer and trans Latinx activists explain how America contributed to the Orlando massacre.

The Latinx LGBTQ community and its stories of survival should be at center of the response to Orlando, says Isa Noyola. 

Queer and trans Latinx activists explain how America contributed to the Orlando massacre.

The Latinx LGBTQ community and its stories of survival should be at center of the response to Orlando, says Isa Noyola. 

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