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Dublin Well Woman 27 Oct 17
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Amanda Abbington May 19
Women have heartbeats too.
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vicky conway 28 Oct 17
Five years since died. So much has changed but not enough legally
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Fiachra Ó Cionnaith 26 May 18
People are gathering beside the mural in Dublin city after Ireland's historic result
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Midwives for Choice 28 Oct 17
We will never forget. We want to provide care that women need, without impediment.
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Marc Gibbs 26 May 18
In Spirit and dancing with joy gives the thumps up ❤️
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Dil Wickremasinghe 24 May 18
Remembering and her loved ones today, I hope and pray that your memory will help Ireland and say NEVER AGAIN!
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Victoria Brownworth 🏳️‍🌈 26 May 18
The quest to was spurred by the horrifying death of . Pregnant with her 1st child, she miscarried at 17wks. She & her husband were devastated. The hospital refused to perform an abortion to complete the process & she died of sepsis. RIP 💚🇮🇪
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Jean-Pierre FIZAINE 26 May 18
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Dr. Eddie Murphy 26 May 18
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Dhanya Rajendran 26 May 18
will always be remembered.
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Zoe Kerstin Nov 6
You cannot force women to bring unwanted pregnancies to term. You cannot get rid of abortion. You can get rid of safe abortion, but science and history will not be on your side
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Andrew Hetherington 29 May 18
I walk by the Savita mural at Portobello everyday. IMO a permanent public memorial is needed for and the many people whose lives have catalyzed change in modern Ireland.
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Shailja Patel Feb 5
Who needs late-term abortions? 1) Raped children, who don't know they're pregnant until adults notice 2) Poor women, who need months to scrape together the money/transport/childcare/time off work 3) Women like , who died of septic miscarriage at 17 weeks
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Ramachandra.M/ ರಾಮಚಂದ್ರ.ಎಮ್ 26 May 18
It’s unfortunate that it takes someone’s life to bring in a change—to protect lives in the future. will always be remembered. Hopefully her death will not go in vain.
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Bonnie Greer 25 May 18
The - 🍻 -:...“Provision may be made by law for the regulation of termination of pregnancy..” and The Many
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Jac Sinnott 29 May 18
Went to see the mural & messages, laid some flowers and left my own message for her. Hugely emotional to see the beautiful face we know so well, but shouldn't. We are so sorry. We wish we never heard of her. We did it for her.
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Ben Walsh 25 May 18
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aoife 28 Oct 17
My mother sent me this regarding what was said at mass in Ogonnelloe Co. Clare today, it was said about
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Razan - رزان 29 May 18
memorial wall in .. full of messages of love, apology and change. , this is for you and for every Irish woman and for all women in the world
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