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Who’s Afraid of the Lower Birth Rate?

Jenny Brown Organizing Upgrade
reproductive rights protest Rather than looking at abortion as a personal, private decision and defending it on that basis, we should expose how the power structure is using restrictions on abortion and birth control to extract our unpaid labor.

A Pandemic Within The Pandemic

H Patricia Hynes Portside
Peace is not just the absence of war. Many women under lockdown for Covid 19 face violence where they should be safest: in their own homes.

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Never Rarely Sometimes Always - Profoundly Moving Abortion Drama

Mark Kermode The Guardian
Elliza Hittman’s coming-of-age story about a teenager seeking an abortion is heartbreaking and painfully authentic. Hittman has described her film as “a narrative about a girl carrying around a lot of pain and burden, and the lonliness of it all".

Dispatches From the Culture Wars - December 10, 2019

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SCOTUS Attacks Repro Rights / Fuel Industries Have Known All Along / Free Public Transit / E-Cars and Green Capitalism / Uberization / Jumping the Turnstiles / Sanders and Corbyn / UK Labour and Antisemitism / Chilean Women Change World Culture

Dispatches From the Culture Wars - November 26, 2019

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Blade Runner is Now / Liberals and Woke Culture / Clean White Nationalism / The Right to Sanitation / Rabid Against Reproductive Rights / Kids for School Desegregation / ICE vs Black Sheriffs / Bella Ciao!
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