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Persons Of The Month: The Hundred Who Declared Civil Disobediance In Ireland

On March 11, we were thrilled to hear that 100 people in Northern Ireland signed an open letter claiming to have had an abortion, or aided someone in an abortion. This act of mass disobedience questions whether or not the … Continue reading

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Quote of the Month: Abortion Is About Saving Women’s Lives

Hello Readers! We thought it might be interesting to highlight a pro-choice quote every month. So, here is the quote for January 2013! Last year, we were all saddened by the death of Savita HalappanavarĀ , who was denied an abortion … Continue reading

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Justice for Women!

Earlier this week Savita Halappanavar, a 31-year old woman died because she was denied abortions after she and her husband requested it repeatedly. The reason: Catholic Ireland did not consider it a mandatory medical procedure that has to be available … Continue reading

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