Tag Archives: Community Posts

Georgia Right to Life Using Racialized Gender Narratives to Garner Support

Tweet Last week femme on the community site brought to our attention this horrific anti-choice billboard and campaign brought to us by Georgia Right to Life. She interrogates aptly, This billboard dehumanizes both black women and children, by asserting that black children are an “endangered species,” which animalizes them, and by asserting that black women [...]
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A technical note on community blog posts

TweetWe’ve been having some problems with our community blog post editor. The image and video embed buttons don’t seem to be working properly. To ensure that your images and video show up, please leave a link to the image/video (at the third party site where you found them) in the body of the post, and [...]
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New on the Community blog!

TweetA lot of great posts went up on the community blog over the weekend: SylviaMoon asks for book recommendations — specifically, “Empowering books, uplifting books, “I can do this!” books.” Kim H. suggests that if the American Life League is going to have a Pill Kills Day about how birth control pills kill women, they [...]
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Community Blog Round-up and a cartoon: In honor of Dr. Tiller

TweetA cartoon video via the Women’s Medical Fund in Philadephia about abortion clinic workers in honor of Dr. Tiller: And a round-up of all the Community Posts about Dr. Tiller: Boston Vigil for Dr. George Tiller by meganjpeterson (For a full listing of events, see Ann’s post or our calendar) A Moment of Silence for [...]
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Tech Note: Community posts

TweetHey folks, sorry for the lack of Community posts yesterday – we had a bit of a tech problem. We’re publishing all the post in queue now, so when you check out the Community site, make sure to read yesterday’s stuff as well! Tweet
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