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maleficus-juicy: This image is one of the most powerful pro-choice images I’ve ever seen. When I saw it in the newspaper I immediately cut it out and hung it on my wall.

Do you really know Roe? On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, affirmed your right to a safe and legal abortion.  40 years later, that right is under attack from politicians who want to undo the progress we’ve made.  Don’t let them!

Do you really know Roe? On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, affirmed your right to a safe and legal abortion. 40 years later, that right is under attack from politicians who want to undo the progress we’ve made. Don’t let them!

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Community Post: 22 Things Only Women's And Gender Studies' Majors Understand

Some people say we don't need feminism anymore. (1) 1 in 4 women are STILL raped. (2) 87 out of 100 U.S. Senators are STILL men. (3) 5 million women STILL starve themselves to look "beautiful." (4) Women's health, freedom, safety, and reproductive rights are STILL threatened around the world.

The History of Women’s Equality Day

Women's Equality Day Infographic | "Equality does not just happen. It takes the efforts of Catalysts for change to see a march toward progress." Today marks the 94th anniversary of a woman's right to vote. Our friends at Catalyst created this quote-filled, historical infographic, featuring change-makers like Abigail Adams, Susan B. Anthony, and Lily Ledbetter to mark the day.

The Advocacy Project Peace Fellow, Chelsea Ament, is working in Nepal with the Women's Reproductive Rights Programme. This woman, who has a prolapsed uterus, is delighted to have access to education and health care. (The Advocacy Project, flickr)

What if investors could help developing research, education and awareness in the women’s health field?