Indiana Passes First Post-Roe Abortion Ban

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On August 5, Indiana lawmakers passed the first post-Roe abortion ban, prohibiting abortion after implantation. The bill, which is set to go into effect on September 15, narrowly incorporated exceptions

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Latin America’s Green Tide: Working women’s solidarity knows no borders

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Latin America specifically has seen some of the most inspiring examples of victories for reproductive justice in recent years, all of which were made possible through movements organized by working-class

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PSL statement – Victory in defense of abortion rights: Kansas votes NO

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In the first referendum since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and eviscerated abortion rights nationwide, Kansas voters have turned out to emphatically defend abortion rights. Kansans flooded the

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Tennessee restricts abortion rights, Nashville activists fight back

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Like several southern states, Tennessee has enacted restrictive abortion laws since Roe v. Wade was overturned on June 24. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee called the Supreme Court’s decision the “beginning of a hopeful

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Hyun Lee and the Movement for Peace in Korea

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On March 7, 2022, Hyun-jung Lee, a beloved and deeply respected comrade in the Korea peace movement, a talented acupuncturist, and a cherished daughter, sister, and emo, passed away after

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Georgia’s six-week abortion ban goes Into effect, an attack on working women

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Georgia’s HB 481, which bans abortion in the state at approximately six weeks, is now in effect. The misleadingly described “fetal heartbeat ban” prohibits abortion after electrical activity can be

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