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Trivia-Thon for Abortion Access

Date: Saturday, April 21st 2018, 12:00-2:30pm & 3:00-5:30pm
Location: Central Cinema, 1411 21st Ave, Seattle
Register here; event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/160093761305855/

Now is the time to get active with your support for abortion access in the Northwest! 39 more words

Reproductive Justice

Saying 'Yes' to Repeal in Rural Ireland

Women pushing buggies, glam young gals, a man walking his dog, lads heading into the pub to watch the rugby, an elderly gent in a peaked cap who said resolutely, ‘it should be left up to women.’ 704 more words

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M v Minister for Justice - status of the unborn at the Supreme Court

Above are the conclusions of the Supreme Court in the case of M v Minister for Justice, the appeal in the case (known as… 2,805 more words


Undocumented Teens Targeted by Trump's Abortion Agenda

By Eden Lumerman

In September 2017, an undocumented teen immigrant from Central America who was held in a federally contracted shelter in Texas, discovered she was pregnant. 832 more words

The Monthly Rag

Women Call on Gov. Sununu, State Legislature to Denounce Outrageous Attacks on Women’s Reproductive Rights Ahead of Committee, Floor Votes on Major Bills

Bills would label and prevent ‘vulnerable women’ from accessing abortions, define viability without medical standards, and put women’s health at risk; full House to vote next week on committee recommendations of OTP, ITL, and interim study… 864 more words

Governor Sununu


In an extension of an already ludicrous policy, we bring you this flight of fancy:

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Reproductive Justice

Pingy Dingy Wednesday – Trust Black Women

You’re watching a show, you see an ad on tv or you drive past a billboard and you say to yourself, “Wow, that really rubbed me the wrong way, but I can’t quite put my finger on what’s wrong…” Then you read something like “What Is Reproductive Justice?” on the Trust Black Women website and it’s pure poetry, they have put words to that uneasy feeling you experienced and you come out empowered and fired up, with more tools to do what you need to do to challenge and disrupt white supremacy. 241 more words