Tuesday Blogaround

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To mark the 40th anniversary of Roe, this week at Flyover Feminism we are featuring a bunch of amazing pieces about reproductive justice. The week so far:

The Editors: Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Today: Our Series This Week

Ezekiel Reis Burgin: So That One Day I May Become A Father: On Abortion Rights

Jazmine Walker: Happy 40th: 5 Ways Roe v. Wade Is Undermined in Mississippi

Veronica I. Arreola: Reproductive Justice for All Daughters

Lutze B.: Reproductive Rights Through An Intersectional Lens

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Other stuff:

Pam: For Reproductive Justice…

Shanelle: The Story That's Taken Ten Years to Tell: On Abortion, Race, and the Power of Story

Samara: Five Things I Learned about Abortion by Checking My Assumptions at the Door

Jess: My Worth

Fannie: On Politically Correct, Again

Anna: The Feministing Five: Reshma Saujani

Mike: All of Us Need to Learn the Lessons From Organized Labor

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