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Zack Haynie Jan 22
Did you know: Jane Roe of Roe vs. Wade said later in life her involvement in the case was her biggest regret She felt she was used by lawyers to push a political agenda She became an ardent pro-life activist later in life The entire abortion debate was built on a lie
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Obianuju Ekeocha Jan 22
Today is 47th anniversary of Roe V Wade that opened the floodgates to abortion in America and set a terrible example for most of the world. So here is a clip about “Roe” aka Norma Mccorvey and the true story behind this horrible SCOTUS decision...
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Clare Jan 22
Reminder that 1. Abortion is safe 2. Abortion is still legal 3. Abortion is healthcare 4. Abortion isn’t some big scary thing. You absolutely know someone who’s had an abortion, so just have a little compassion ok
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charlotte Jan 22
keep abortion legal
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han Jan 22
You have the right to decide when, how & if you have children. You have the right to make decisions regarding your own body. You have the right to accessible abortion care. I am proud to do this work & consistently inspired by those I get the honor of doing it with.
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Student Coalition for Reproductive Justice Jan 22
Roe is a floor, not a ceiling for young people, people of color and trans people. SCRJ will continue to fight on campus with you, because where there is no access, there is no choice, and certainly no reproductive justice.
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Chicago Abortion Fund Jan 22
It’s the 47th anniversary of , but unfortunately legal doesn’t mean accessible. We’re here to say fuck the abortion stigma - there is NOTHING wrong with having an abortion, and we are going to continue to work hard to provide access to as many folks as possible💜
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SisterSong Jan 22
We must protect the right to abortion and ensure true access to affordable, compassionate care. This is about our rights, but more than that it is about women of color being able to control our own bodies and our own futures.
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Emmy Bengtson Jan 22
Let's elect a president who thinks women are—and hear me out here—people.
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Stephen Eisele Jan 22
I trust women to make their own health care decisions. Full stop.
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Artist_Angie: Sensei of Sarcasm Jan 22
Today is 47th anniversary of Roe V Wade it's not safe, it is still legal, it's not rare. A life is a life no matter how small. A right to life is a right for us all. I am
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Elizabeth Thorp Jan 23
Yeah, so keep following The Handmaid's Tale handbook, because this one's going to bite you in the ass in November...
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🌹 Rebecca Parson for Congress (WA-06) Jan 22
On the 47th anniversary of Roe, we live in a country where an extremist minority seeks to reduce women to second-class citizens under the thumb of men, while centrist Dems wring their hands & talk about bipartisanship. I will NEVER compromise on abortion rights.
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JenifferG🌸 Jan 22
35 years ago this week, thanks to , I had a legal abortion in Memphis, TN. We drove 3 hrs in a blizzard from my university & I have NEVER regretted it. Today, I have three children that I also made the decision to have.
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United We Dream Jan 22
The same "pro-life" politicians restricting access to Roe V Wade are the same ones separating our families through deportation, denying us access to healthcare, running concentration camps, and leaving thousands to die seeking asylum on our borders.
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Caroline Duble Jan 31
We love abortion! People who provide abortions, people who need abortions, people who’ve had abortions, people who’ve helped fund and legalize and destigmatize abortion. Cheers to ! Thanks for having us, !
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Planned Parenthood Action Jan 22
As we celebrate , we know that access to safe, legal abortion is on the line like never before. Acting Planned Parenthood President sets the stage for the fight ahead:
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Autumn Johnson Jan 22
I’m not a doctor. I won’t pretend to have all the answers or know everything about abortion. But I do know one thing: Abortion is not healthcare. Someone always dies.
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Susan B. Anthony List Jan 22
47 years too many.
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Jordan Meehan for State Representative Jan 22
47 years ago, became law. But today, even in Massachusetts, far too many people face unjust barriers to safe, legal abortion. Abortion is health care, and health care is a human right. It’s time for Massachusetts to pass the .
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