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Nneka Ewulonu

Nneka Ewulonu

Nneka Ewulonu, JD, is a policy fellow with If/When/How, a national reproductive justice fellowship program, at the Georgia organization SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW.

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Opinion: Threats to Roe from Georgia, other red states require congressional response

By: and - September 28, 2021

Recently, Texans functionally lost their constitutional right to an abortion. Senate Bill 8 prohibits abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy, making it the most regressive reproductive rights law to take effect in modern American history. The law shows blatant disregard for Supreme Court precedents like Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the […]

COMMENTARY

Will knowing less about cyberattacks really make Georgians safer?

By: and - March 21, 2021

Georgia lawmakers are taking swift action on cybersecurity bills with open government implications. The Georgia First Amendment Foundation¬†stated our opposition to these bills, which we believe would limit visibility into what government agencies at all levels are doing. We also contend that existing laws provide the exceptions government officials need to protect against cyberattacks. Nonetheless, […]