The message was simple: we do not have a to choose. We can be both religious and pro-choice!
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This is not something we are going to change with laws and regulations. It’s certainly not something we are going to change with pithy quotes about Mad Men. It’s going to take a concentrated effort to change the culture.
Whether you’re flipping through a comic by Alison Bechdel, blasting one of Beyonce’s girl-power anthems, watching Andrea Gibson perform “Blue Blanket,” or savoring the prose of bell hooks, it’s hard to deny the connection between feminist activism and the arts.
The Louisiana government is trying to make it impossible for clinics to do what they are meant to do: help improve women’s health care!
Register before Saturday, February 1 to get in on the action before it’s too late! Prices will go up after EB Registration ends, and hotel space is limited, so don’t miss your chance to be at the young feminist event of the year!
We didn’t have a ton of resources to deploy in any sort of fancy counter-protest, so we had the idea to send cards to the clinic staff as a way to show our support.
Join the East Coast Feminist Campus Team at 4PM EST to talk plans for this semester (and what we learned last semester), inclusivity and coalition work, recruitment and sustainability, and what to expect at this year’s NYFLC – all from the comfort of home! All you need is the world wide web.
While I want to get out my party hat and decorate the office with streamers on this glorious day of celebration, I think it is important to talk about something that has largely gotten swept under the rug, remaining unknown to the majority of people: comprehensive reproductive health care clinics are under attack.
Forty-one years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that women had a right to privacy extending to their decisions to have abortions, and women’s rights and reproductive health activists breathed a collective sigh of relief.
Today we rallied for buffer zones in Clinics in Massachusetts. These buffer zones allow for workers and patients to visit the clinic without being directly impacted by protesters.