1. Ruth Bader Ginsburg – Forward 50


    from Jewish Daily Forward Added 8,560 9 0

    Supreme Court judges usually don’t inspire Tumblr’s and T-shirts. For being outspoken and effective at 81, Ruth Bader Ginsburg rounds out the Top 5 of our Forward 50. Read more: http://forward.com/specials/forward-50-2014/ruth-bader-ginsburg

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    • They're Coming for Roe


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      http://ahugestepback.com -- First, it was the health care battle. Then it was the budget battle. Now, anti-choice lawmakers are trying to deny women insurance for abortion and allow hospitals to let women die. Where does this lead? Where will it end?

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      • Speak Loudly with Silence Protest Richmond, VA 02/20/2012


        from Christophile Konstas Added 363 2 1

        Over 1000 people showed up at the capitol yesterday to silently protest a number of bills attacking women's reproductive rights. It was humbling to see so many out and for the most part silent (you can even hear my breathing in parts of the video! that's how silent it was).

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        • Let Our Families Have a Future: Kimberly


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          Kimberly provides gripping testimony about her experience giving birth while imprisoned in California, and being pressured to be sterilized right before Cesarian section.

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          • Let Our Families Have a Future: "Sheri"


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            "Sheri Dwight," whose name has been changed and her identity obscured at her request, recounts her time in one of California's women's prisons and her experience being sterilized without her knowledge or consent.

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            • 50 Years on the Front Lines of Freedom (2010)


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              On June 16, 2010, the ACLU-NJ celebrated 50 years of guarding liberty for all. In this film, we share our recent victories and speak from our stance on the front lines of freedom. Visit us online at aclu-nj.org

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              • She Calls for Justice, Rev Kathleen Owens, January 4 Hillcrest sermon


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                • Justice (word etymology) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=justice • Lady Justice http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Justice • Justice, Forgiveness, Stealing, Poverty, Judgment; James N McCutcheon (story) http://www.spiritualityandpractice.com/quotes/quotes.php?id=24537 • “ … inescapable network of mutuality…”, from Letter from a Birmingham Jail, MLK http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Articles_Gen/Letter_Birmingham.html • Kathleen Owens’ First Words Column, from January issue, page 2 http://bit.ly/1zxCsn7 • California Prop 47: Criminal Sentences. Misdemeanor Penalties. Initiative Statute. http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/en/propositions/47/ • Three Strikes Project, Stanford University http://stanford.io/1C3lnlc • Roe vs Wade http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roe_v._Wade • What is reproductive justice?, Darcy Baxter (UU World, Feb 2013) http://www.uuworld.org/ideas/articles/284019.shtml • Reproductive Justice Group, First Church (web page) http://www.firstuusandiego.org/reproductive-justice • Reproductive Justice, UUA http://www.uua.org/reproductive/ • Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice http://rcrc.org/ • California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom http://reproductivefreedomca.org/

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                • Women's History Month: The Struggle for Rights & Equality


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                  A forum with DOROTHY FADIMAN, Award-Winning Filmmaker, Activist, and SIMONE HUDSON, Stanford Students for Reproductive Justice. In the summer of 1970, 50,000 women marched down New York’s Fifth Avenue, announcing the birth of a new movement. They demanded three rights: legal abortion, universal childcare, and equal pay. These were preconditions for women’s equality with men at home and in the workplace. Astonishingly, they didn’t include the ending of violence against women among their demands — though the experience and fear of male violence was widespread — because women still suffered these crimes in silence. Those three demands, and the fourth one that couldn’t yet be articulated, have yet to be met. At this forum, Fadiman and Hudson discuss with Paul George the past, present and future of this continuing movement for justice.

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