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The Supreme Court’s Legitimacy Crisis

Molly Coleman and Tristin Brown Teen Vogue
The right-wing supermajority on the Court is the result of a movement determined to seize power at any cost. It's time to critically assess and reconfigure the Court’s role in our society. Our democracy depends on it.

Abortion Pills Will Change a Post-Roe World

Greer Donley, Rachel Rebouché and David S. Cohen New York Times
The reality is that abortion pills will be available to people in the United States — no matter what the Supreme Court does and regardless of whether states give permission.

Friday Nite Videos | June 10, 2022

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Chairman Bennie Thompson's Opening Statement at Jan. 6 Hearing. Rep. Liz Cheney's January 6 Hearing Presentation. Filmmaker Nick Quested Recalls Documenting Jan. 6 Attack. The Janes | Trailer. Insurrectionists Experience Consequences As Jan. 6th Hearings Begin.

The Janes | Trailer

A group of unlikely outlaws defied the state legislature that outlawed abortion, the Catholic Church that condemned it, and the Chicago Mob that was profiting from it. “The Janes” risked their personal and professional lives to support women with unwanted pregnancies in the pre-Roe v. Wade era.

Abortion and Privacy

Myra Marx Ferree The Gender Policy Report
The loss of the Roe right to abortion will begin to unravel a whole skein of privacy rights. A radical solution would be to pass the Equal Rights Amendment to ensure access to the full spectrum of childrearing and reproductive rights.

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We Failed To Protect Abortion Rights. We Need a Labor-Based Strategy.

Lillian Cicerchia Jacobin
Despite majority support for abortion rights, we failed to build a majority coalition to defend reproductive freedom. We should honestly assess our failures — and then build a movement that ties together labor, feminists, and health care organizing.
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