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When the first Women’s March happened in 2017, I was a senior in College. I was taking women’s studies classes, so I was surrounded by people who were promoting, organizing, and going to the Women’s March. I felt immersed in that culture, and it was a really interesting experience for me.
This post, inspired by that experience, takes that Women’s March and pro-choice activism and looks at what pro-life advocates can learn from what they did right and discusses what we should do differently.
- Click here for the Washington Post article about the Women’s March removing New Wave Feminists from the list of official sponsors
- Click here for the list of Women’s March partners and sponsors
- Josh Brahm: Fetus Tunnel Vision: 4 Reasons Pro-Lifers Need to Stop Doing This
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