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Act Out! [180] - The New Women’s Health: Shut Up & Breed + A Rally to Jump Start Anti-War Work

Act Out! [180] - The New Women’s Health: Shut Up & Breed + A Rally to Jump Start Anti-War Work
Wed, 10/17/2018 - by Eleanor Goldfield

The purge is here. Facebook, Twitter and the silencing of anything that goes against the state. Next up, women's health and rights are under attack. A backwards, theocratic reworking of Title X threatens women's already dwindling rights over our bodies and our life choices. Finally, the Women's March on the Pentagon – challenging militarization at home and abroad.

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