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Status, Class, and Creed: The Different Logics of Policy Change on Women's Rights

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04/22/2010

Mala Htun, Associate Professor of Political Science, The New School for Social Research, Eugene Lang College

Controversy Over Super Bowl Ad

Member Organization: 
Ms. Foundation for Women

Fox News, Special Report with Bret Baier

NCRW Fact Sheet: Women's Reproductive and Sexual Health

Access to accurate information and comprehensive health services enables women to plan the timing and spacing of their childbearing, identify and address illness and disease in a timely manner, and lead healthier and more balanced lives.

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WMC Speaks Out About Anti-Choice Ad

January 28, 2010 posted by admin

The Women's Media Center has launched campaign protesting CBS's decision to air a Focus on the Family ad during the Super Bowl this year. Check out this video they released as part of the campaign:

 

 

Submit your own video here.


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FMF Hails Roeder Jury Verdict, Calls on Justice Department to Act

Member Organization: 
The Feminist Majority Foundation

In reaction to the unanimous jury verdict convicting Scott Roeder on one count of first-degree murder in the death of Dr. George Tiller and two counts of aggravated assault, Feminist Majority Foundation President Eleanor Smeal and Executive Vice President Katherine Spillar released the following statements:

Smeal said, "Defense efforts to establish that Roeder's actions were justifiable failed miserably. The jury saw Roeder's actions for what they were: cold-blooded murder."

Roeder Guilty on All Accounts

Member Organization: 
The Feminist Majority Foundation

Scott Roeder was found guilty of first degree murder in the May 2009 death of George Tiller, MD, today by a unanimous jury after 40 minutes of deliberation. The jury also found Roeder guilty of two counts of aggravated assault.

In reaction to the verdict, Feminist Majority Foundation president Eleanor Smeal said, "Defense efforts to establish that Roeder's actions were justifiable failed miserably. The jury saw Roeder's actions for what they were: cold-blooded murder."

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