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Every week, check feministstudentsunited.org for our This Week in Feminism post – a list of the most current strides in feminism and instances of sexism and racism and class inequality, from a rotating round of co-collaborators. Do you have a link you think would be appropriate for this section? Please feel free to leave it in the comments.Right on the tails of our event last night on Crisis Pregnancy Centers, many of this week’s links are about reproductive rights being cut across the country and world.
— Jessica & Eva
This Saturday is HKonJ – Historic Thousands on Jones St – a huge rally in Raleigh, NC put together by the NAACP and attended by progressive activists across the State.
Apex mayor’s op-ed piece on why the Town Council unanimously voted to stop coverage for abortions in town employee’s insurance plans.
Project HOPE publishes a new study with findings confirming that “…immigrants are not contributing disproportionately to high health care costs in public programs such as Medicaid.”
Eviction has become typical in the lives of poor black women – a piece on this new reality for people in lower income neighborhoods.
A Camarillo, CA hospital has banned midwives from delivering babies – are women-centered practices not welcome?
A proposed bill in Utah will make it a crime for a woman to have a miscarriage, and make induced abortion a crime in some instances.
Lousiana ordered to issue a birth certificate naming a same-sex couple as the parents of their adopted child.
New anti-abortion billboards in Atlanta boldy proclaim “Black Children Are An Endangered Species”.
Marjan Kahlor is the first woman to represent Iran in the Winter Olympics.
Kenya poised to constitutionally ban abortion.