Women fighters, our teachers: Florynce ‘Flo’ Kennedy

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Florynce Kennedy was a Black feminist lawyer and activist who drew connections between the women’s movement and the Black liberation struggle

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Rightwing sets their sights on Roe v. Wade

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The following article was published in Vol 4 Issue No. 2 “Not a moral issue“ It’s been 46 years since the militant women’s movement won the 1973 Supreme Court Roe

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The war on abortion Reproductive rights: past to present

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The following article was published in Vol 4 Issue No. 2 “Not a moral issue“ Ever since the landmark 1973 case Roe v. Wade established safe and legal abortion as

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Transgender people and women win when we fight together

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Transgender individuals face many barriers and obstacles when it comes to accessing adequate health care, including outright discrimination and the refusal to treat transgender patients altogether.

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Jane: Providing safe abortions to all

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Throughout the history of abortion criminalization, women have fought back against the misogyny inherent in controlling women’s bodies and reproductive rights.

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Black women and the need for reproductive justice

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Today, we face a crucial moment in which the struggle for reproductive justice must openly confront racism and poverty to ensure autonomy for all women.

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