(CNN)Saturday Vice President Kamala Harris said that theSupreme Courtwas a landmark in 1973. We built a relationship by overturning the case against Wade. When she performed at the Essence Festival in New Orleans, she "tried to claim ownership of the human body" in the Wade case, arranging the legacy of the US government.
"This is a serious problem," Harris said last month that the federal constitutional right to abortion was abolished in the High Court. "And it requires us all to speak up, speak up, and act."
"The government has the right to come to your house and tell you what to do with your body as a woman and as a family. "Harris said.
"We must recognize that we are a country established on the basis of certain principles based on the concept of freedom and freedom," she said. ..
"We also have a history of the government of this country trying to claim ownership of the human body, and it seems that it has evolved from that time and that way of thinking," the Vice President added. "So this is very problematic at so many levels; the impact it would have on women without means."
On the other hand, women who were denied abortion had a high poverty rate, a high unemployment rate, and a high need for government support. According to economists, this in turn affects children's financial well-being and outlook.
Harris promoted her work on her mother's health at the event, expressing her spirit of hope and admitting that she had to do more, especially for black women.
"Don't be overwhelmed to disappoint us, and I don't think we can do anything about it. It's the nature of these benefits that aren't permanent, so we Be wary and remember that we ... always have to fight to maintain these rights, "Harris said.
In a discussion by the fireplace, Harris praises the young leader, asks his peers to volunteer, and listens to their voices about the issues they care about in their lives. I urged them to build a coalition.
"It is powerful to know that the majority of us have much more in common than they separate us. Those who are trying to attack our rights "I'm trying to make people feel small and lonely," Harris added, "because they want you to believe that you are powerless and you are there alone."