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Today it is the unborn child; tomorrow it is likely to be the elderly or those who are incurably ill. Who knows that but a little later it may be anyone who has political or moral views that do not fit into the distorted new order.

— Dr. Mildred Jefferson

Abortion

Shining A Spotlight

In early April, I wrote an article called “Documenting Fear.” In that article I described the steps Louisville Clinic Escorts are taking to document the actions of the anti-abortion protesters in front of the EMW Women’s Surgical Center in Louisville, KY. 324 more words

Anti-Choice Protesters

NOW Conference: Racial and Gender Justice

When: Saturday, May 14, 9AM-4PM
Where: Northwest African American Museum, 2300 South Massachusetts Street
Cost: $25; morning snack and lunch included; registration here

Conference Schedule… 55 more words

Lecture/Conference

A friend of the Anti-Choice Project shared these pictures of her miscarriage in the hopes that they would be seen by many. Baby ‘Vincent Marie’ was miscarried at nine weeks gestation. 35 more words

Abortion

Oregon Court: Anti-Choice Ballot Initiative Wording Is Too Fuzzy

Apr 28, 2016, 9:51am Nicole Knight Shine

“Any vote cast in support of this ballot initiative would be denying the ability of low-income Oregonians to access abortion services,” said Michele Stranger-Hunter, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon. 463 more words

Fla. Supreme Court halts 24-hour mandatory delay law

APRIL 25, 2016

The Florida Supreme Court on Friday ruled 5-2 to halt enforcement of a 24-hour mandatory delay law (HB 633) that requires a woman seeking abortion care to make multiple trips to a clinic, the… 571 more words