Packing for a weekend sisterhood retreat is easier said than done. Bring on all the flannels and sweaters ❄️🎀 #preppy #phimu #UF #beanboots #winter #vineyardvines #edsftg (at University Of Florida Campus)
Texas Advocates Speak Out as Abortion Access Hangs in the Balance
Young women on the Texas A&M University campus in College Station Friday read personal narratives about having abortions as part of the #FightBackTX Truth Tour. The speakers gave life to the experiences of women who have had an abortion as part of an ongoing effort to end the stigma around the procedure.
The Feminists for Reproductive Equity and Education, a student organization, sponsored the event on Texas A&M University’s campus.
Reproductive rights advocates with the #FightBackTX Truth Tour have traveled around Texas this month to raise awareness about the negative effects anti-choice laws have had on abortion access, and the further repercussions for reproductive health care that could come to pass in the coming months.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments March 2 in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt(formerly v. Cole), the case that will decide the constitutionality of the sweeping anti-choice restrictions passed by Texas Republicans in 2013.
“It’s a challenge to the Texas law that has had such drastic impact on this state and could have even more detrimental impacts if the case doesn’t go our way,” Heather Busby, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Texas, one of the sponsors of the tour, told RH Reality Check.
Busby explained the importance of traveling around the state to raise awareness and ensure diverse voices from all women could be heard. “We really wanted to make sure that Texan voices were represented, and not just in Austin at a rally at the capitol, but across the state,” Busby said, referencing the battle waged at the tail end of the 2013 legislative session.
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#TuskegeeBHM: Nate Parker is an American actor, director, producer, writer and musical performer most known for starring in “Beyond the Lights” and “Red Tails” (the story of the Tuskegee Airmen). He recently received international recognition after he wrote, produced and starred in a film that sold at the Sundance Film Festival for a record-setting $17 million. Here, he is pictured during his visit to the Tuskegee University campus in January 2012, while promoting the film “Red Tails.” http://ift.tt/1SJkhr2
Where and when: Columbus, Ohio, in Apri, 2006. What: Brian and a group of friends went bar-hopping to celebrate
the start of spring break. He ended his night at a bar near his
university campus, where he was studying medicine. Why is it so creepy? After saying goodbye to a couple of girls at the bar, Brian walked out of the bar’s security camera view and was never seen again.
The only member of the Shaffer family is Brian’s younger brother, as
his mother passed from cancer one month prior to his disappearance and
his dad was in a freak accident two years following it.