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This episode is called Wild Swans…and is dedicated to a fairytale that many will know…but the power of this episode is not just in the roots of story and myth, but the lives of us two women that are before you now.
Grief marks us, in the marking it is wound like. Here lies our information for healing. Universal ways and personal ways that works for us.
One thing is common. We are determined to keep going.
The Wild Swans Links:
Women's reproductive rights:
Margaret Sanger was NOT a Eugenisist but women's rights movements did associate themselves early but then distanced themselves
Roe V. Wade is most dangerous to poor women (Ginsberg clip)
If/When/How brief - why teaching about reproductive rights needs to stop skipping race and class intersectionality
Donate to National Network of Abortion Funds
Plan C Pill dot org
White Feminism/Feminism- Inequity:
the body is not an apology blog: 4 ways white feminists continue to silence black voices
Audre Lorde on race, class, sex
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