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MrProtectYourReproRights Sep 21
In Your Own Voice Conference
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AbortionCareNetwork Sep 20
"There shouldn't be a separation between the community and its medical professionals"
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AbortionCareNetwork Sep 20
"This is bigger than the individual provider. This is about the systems."
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AbortionCareNetwork Sep 20
"An 8th grad dropout smoking white woman is more likely to have a better birth outcome than a college educated black woman. That's because of the racism"
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Christian Nunes Sep 20
Reproductive rights + Social Justice= Reproductive Justice
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In Our Own Voice Oct 7
Are you like our amazing executive directors of and ??
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Twanna A. Hines Sep 20
Replying to @funkybrownchick
❤️ Sex is a normal as eating a meal . ❤️
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Alana Garrett Sep 23
Individually we have clout, collectively we have power- Marcela Howell
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Alana Garrett Sep 20
Have our own economic and political power!
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Jessica Pinckney Sep 20
Always inspired by these POWERFUL and FEARLESS Black Women! ❤️
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Jalessah Jackson (she/they) Sep 20
is ensuring that the values you claim externally are actually practiced within your organizations.
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SisterLove, Inc. Sep 21
Our assignment today was to break into groups and discuss Partnership with each other, Voter and Proactive Legislation Strategy, and institutions that impact us. Each organization prepared a brief report and shared with the larger group at the end of the day.
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MrProtectYourReproRights Sep 23
Because of abortion restrictions throughout the different states...We are now fighting for abortion access to a right we’ve already been granted.
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MrProtectYourReproRights Sep 23
Intersections of Our Lives: Women of all nationalities and sexual orientations come together as ☝🏿☝🏾☝🏽☝🏼☝🏻‼️‼️‼️
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spooky whitfield Sep 20
“What I think the anti-abortion movement was not prepared for was the ways Black women would organize.” - Cherisse Scott
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Liz Borkowski Sep 20
Replying to @LizBorkowski
And a key message to my fellow white people from Ebony Marcelle: “It’s not my job to teach you. Do your own work. It’s causing me harm” to have to educate you.
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Jessica Pinckney Sep 20
Groups are deep into actualizing RJ in regards to community, political power, institutions, and the economy/work!
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Carmen Shorter Sep 20
Long past time for discourse to expand to include issues, ideas, agenda. No racial w/o ! Center & families—.
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Twanna A. Hines Sep 20
Love it! ❤️ From our group re: quieting everyone & bringing us back together as a group: Facilitator 1: "We're not yellers." Facilitator 2: "Well, I'm a cusser. Not a yeller, but I cuss.
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In Our Own Voice Oct 7
Having our Next Generation Leadership Institute fellows come to Washington, DC for our conference and advocacy day was so important! We are serious about developing the next generation of Reproductive Justice leaders!
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