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Why I Support Whole Woman’s Health Alliance – from Development Director Karen Kalsi Chapman

When people ask what compelled me to work in development at Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, I reply “January 22, 1973.” Many recognize this date as the day Roe v. Wade was ratified and, consequently, abortion was made legal in the United States. However, this date holds even more significance for me because it is also my birthday. I have literally lived my entire life knowing that I have the right to choose when and whether to have children.

This Is Whole Woman’s Health

It’s March – Women’s History Month! And looking around, I just had to speak up about parts of our past that seem to be repeating themselves – and not the good parts. What a year it’s been for women – Can you remember such negativity in the air?  It’s in the Senate hearings.  It’s all …

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The Kindness of Strangers

“You can always depend on the kindness of strangers”…may not always be true. But lately, abortion providers and supporters have been showing solidarity by sending each other some friendly faxes. Here’s one we got at our Austin clinic, from Revolution Books in Atlanta. And another from Cherry Hill! And, and another from Concord Feminist Health …

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All Aboard to Beaumont!

Hmmmm. Well, well look what I found on Wikipedia. Operation Rescue – the group that pro-choicers love to hate and everybody else seems to deny knowing. A fun read, if you’re wondering how much credit to give these guys. But enough about them. This post is about Beaumont. (wait! stay with me.) Nestled in the …

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