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By June, the Supreme Court will rule on Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, a case that could have disastrous implications for reproductive rights across the country. In 2013, Texas passed House Bill 2, severely limiting...

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So the question posed by the #SayHerName campaign is asked again: why are people not pouring into the streets when the cops murder a woman of color?...

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In spite of all the important steps forward, there remains widespread oppression of women across the globe. This can be seen at its most extreme in societies where women are categorised as second class, and...

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Build a movement for Women’s Reproductive Rights In February Purvi Patel, an Indiana resident, became the first woman in the US to be convicted of “feticide;” and on March 30 she was sentenced to 41...

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