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Canadian prime minister stands up for women's health

International women’s health organizations received a helping hand from everyone’s favorite prime minister earlier this month.

Throughout the semester, I’ve been writing about the Mexico City Policy—an executive order that President Donald J. 208 more words

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Tomi Lahren 'comes out' as pro-choice

The abortion rights movement just earned its most surprising supporter—Tomi Lahren.

Lahren is the 24-year-old host of the show “Tomi” on the conservative website TheBlaze. 335 more words

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Final project proposal: What reproductive justice means to women of color

The very phrase “reproductive justice” was coined by a group of black women in 1994 after they attended the International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, Egypt—where world representatives agreed that the right to plan one’s family was critical to global development. 625 more words

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Texas Senate passes two anti-abortion bills

 Texas State Capitol Building

On Monday two different pro-life bills made it through the Texas Senate.

The first, Senate Bill 25, is designed to prevent doctors from encouraging abortions. 113 more words

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Feministing offers diverse perspectives from young feminists

A site that has proved to be invaluable as I blog about the reproductive justice movement in Trump’s America is Feministing.com. Feministing describes itself as “an online community run by and for young feminists.” The blog offers feminist analyses of pop culture, social justice and politics, among other things. 705 more words

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WoLF, the Religious Right and stealth evangelism

I sometimes think how fortunate Australians are to have less of the extremist Christian Right influence, and then I read this: ‘, in an interview with Norfolk, Virginia’s Virginian-Pilot, Reed talked about the organization’s stealth political strategy, a strategy aimed at having Religious Right candidates hide their social agenda, while talking about other issues more attractive to voters, such as lower taxes: “I want to be invisible. 177 more words