Category Archives: Roe vs. Wade

Organization Responses to Roe v. Wade Overturned – June 24, 2022

. Michael E., we have all been taken aback by the events of the last 48 hours, and we know that November 8 might look far away on the calendar right now. But with the amount of work we have … Continue reading

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Abortion – Alternative Media

Note: Click on link for that publication’s articles relating to abortion issue . Activist Post     no search available Against the Current   Alternet   American Prospect    Black Agenda Report Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Common Dreams Consortium News Corbett Report  Counter … Continue reading

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Sign the petition: President Biden CAN AND MUST use all his power to ensure access to abortion by declaring a public health and national emergency around abortion.

Sign the petition: President Biden CAN AND MUST use all his power to ensure access to abortion by declaring a public health and national emergency around abortion. Dear MoveOn members, Just a few hours ago, news broke that the GOP-packed … Continue reading

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CORPORATE INFLUENCE AND PARTISAN POLITICS HAVE PREVENTED CONGRESS FROM PASSING PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION

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Women’s Reproductive Rights

Women’s rights must be protected and expanded to guarantee each woman’s right as a full participant in society, free from sexual harassment, job discrimination or interference in the intensely personal choice about whether to have a child. Women’s right to … Continue reading

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