A common sense approach would be to make birth control low-cost or free, and increase accessibility by making it over the counter.
Today, I'm reflecting on the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and our current fight for our basic bodily autonomy, our healthcare, our freedom.
This is what I look like working in my research lab.
As most of you know, I am a student as well as a candidate. Today, one of my classes was cancelled because my professor's child couldn't attend school because of a classmate testing positive for COVID.
Education is a pillar to our society. We shouldn’t be trying to break it down but strengthen it so future generations have a better foundation.
JONESBORO, AR – Jonesboro resident Chenoa Summers announced her intent to run for State Senate in District 20. “Over the last several months, I have grown tired of hearing that our state senator only cares about voters who voted for…