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 Sisterhood Worldwide: Progress & Parity

While we celebrate women’s achievements this month, we must acknowledge that progress has left some far behind and it’s time for change. Let this be a clarion call to champion gender equality and relentless push for a future where none are excluded, and all can flourish. Vital tools like education, awareness-raising, and vocal advocacy can chip away at prejudice and patriarchy by removing barriers, and ultimately fostering environments where all women and girls can blossom and realize their full potential.

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 US-based Conservative Organizations: Their Role in Africa’s Controversial Pro-Life Debates

Sub-Saharan Africa experiences some of the world’s highest rates of unsafe and unintended pregnancies. These concerning statistics are prompting certain jurisdictions within the region to reexamine their stance on abortion rights. Promoting Christian conservative values, USBCOs like Family Watch International have felt emboldened to increase their advocacy efforts in Africa because of this development

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The Shadow of Eugenics: Margaret Sanger’s Impact on the Black Community

While her advocacy for women’s reproductive rights may have stemmed from good intentions, Sanger’s embrace of eugenics and racist views cast a long shadow. Her actions highlight the importance of critically examining historical figures, acknowledging both their contributions and the damage caused by their harmful beliefs. We must remember that progress in healthcare cannot come at the expense of marginalized communities. As we navigate Sanger’s complex legacy, we must condemn the racist underpinnings of her work, ensuring that the fight for reproductive rights benefit all communities equally.

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