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Abortion: An American Tradition

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On November 2, 2022
We need more of this to reinforce that abortion is as American as anything else we hold dear, not some newfangled evil coming from the libs. In the late spring of 1839 in New York City, a nineteen-year-old, white working-class woman named Ann Maria Purdy confided an intimate secret to Rebecca Cromer, her Black laundress: […]
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If you haven’t read this absolute gutting of Elizabeth Bruenig’s ridiculous fake-left reactionary politics, you owe it to yourself to do so. While she beclowns herself with her arguments that Republicans can now truly be the pro-life party with Roe overturned, actual Republicans are doing what they do, engaging in a total war on women […]
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Reviving Old Strategies

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On June 28, 2022
I wanted to highlight this Joy Ellison (who so happens to be joining the faculty at URI this fall and thus will be my colleague) piece on the Jane Collective. One of the things we need to be doing is realizing that just the occasional protest and determining to vote is simply not even close […]
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Guerilla Abortion Tactics

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On December 31, 2021
So I had a long-held political theory that is clearly incorrect. That theory was that if the Supreme Court did in fact overrule Roe, it would cause a massive uproar in America, with nearly unprecedented levels of protest and reaction that would transform American politics. This is obviously not going to happen. There are a […]
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