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Supreme Courts Weighs in on Buffer Zones

This morning, the Supreme Court made a final decision on the Massachusetts buffer zone case: creating a 35-foot buffer zones around abortion clinics to keep demonstrators away from patients is unconstitutional. Hence, making city ordinances to protect women seeking abortions from violence, shameful slurs, and being

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Guest Feature – “The #YesAllWomen Movement”

Guest Feature Post by Amelia Eskenazi and Emma Troughton, high school students from Indiana In the United States, society has evolved into one of toxicity through its relentless enforcement of artificially constructed gender norms — to the extent at which massacres rooted in misogyny and

This map depicts all 50 states that have and have not passed the ERA (Equal Rights Amendment).

America, It’s Time To Pass the ERA

This was written by Kelila Krantz, Lily Greenberg Call, and Mara Cook. All three attend high school in California. “According to a poll in 2001 by the ERA Campaign Network of Princeton, 72% of people believe that the Equal Rights Amendment has already been passed.