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Anna Brakoniecka Dec 3
Important voice from , thank you and other women for your fight for our civil rights! <3
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Aleksandra J. Chlon | Translator Nov 30
Haunting and powerful. A message to the Polish government.
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neverfadingwood Nov 27
LRT No, I haven't forgotten about , I've been following it the whole time, and it's ongoing.
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suicidal_potato Nov 27
Replying to @BBCWorld
We are fighting!
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Heather Burles Nov 26
'This is War': Poland’s battle for abortion.
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omarszal Nov 29
What’s happening in Poland right now? Here’s the answer
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Łukasz Kohut 🇪🇺 Nov 25
Polish women will never walk alone! You have our full support in the 🇪🇺
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Jacek Rajewski Nov 28
Poland is shaken to the core by the cultural revolution, going beyond politics, religion or tradition. It's a total shift, and the governing authoritarians' illusion is, that they are in control. They are not.
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Heather Burles Dec 3
Three women on their fight for abortion rights in Poland.
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neverfadingwood Nov 28
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Pro-Choice Cardiff Nov 25
Today on the 1st of - and for - Abortion Rights Cardiff stands in solidarity with the women of Poland in their fight for
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Ania Wiktoria 👩🏻‍⚖️🏳️‍🌈🇵🇱🇬🇧🇪🇺🦄🧡 Nov 29
“The measure of any society is how it treats its women and girls” *********ć
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neverfadingwood Nov 28
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Bart Kulpa Dec 1
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Justyna Wolinska Nov 29
Women in Poland are protesting against human rights violations and abortion bans. Below you can see how police used tear gas (from 30-50 cm) against an opposition lawmaker, , who was showing her parliamentary ID to police women's hell😡
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Global News Nov 28
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M. 🇵🇱 Nov 25
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neverfadingwood Nov 28
LRTs So, yeah, the Polish police now think it's OK to pepper spray MPs who are showing them their documents. As long as the MP is a woman, obviously. Utter scum. and very very much
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Tom Sutherland 🔶🇪🇺🇵🇱 Nov 28
Disgusting. By law the police have to let any MP (who shows their Sejm ID) through the cordon, instead they sprayed her.
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Anonymous Rebellion 0.1 Nov 28
November 28, 1918 - Polish women were granted the right to vote. They knew how high the stakes were, they were brave, fearless and uncompromising. 102 years later - they also take to the streets to defend the right to free choice.,
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