White privilege is my white English teacher going on about how much she loves the 1920’s era because it was so “fun and liberating” (we’re currently studying The Great Gatsby) and talking about how it was a time of gradual change towards equal rights for women, while completely ignoring that this…
When workers don’t have a voice on the job, they can’t speak up about unsafe working conditions. That’s why states with so-called “right to work” laws have more injuries and fatalities at the workplace.
SHARE, because when politicians propose these laws, we need to hear what they’re really saying.
This is not a famous picture, but it should be. Forty years ago, the March 22, 1973 issue of Jet magazine featured Dr. T.R.M. Howard and a staffer attending a prostrate female patient on its cover, all under a yellow headline: “Legal Abortion: Is it Genocide or Blessing in Disguise?” This remarkable image reportedly depicts preparations for one of the first legal abortions in Illinois (though it could also have been staged).
Just two months after the Supreme Court legalized abortion in the Roe v. Wade decision and a week after Illinois OKed the procedure on its soil, Dr. Theodore Roosevelt Mason (or T.R.M.) Howard began performing legal abortions at his Friendship Medical Center in Chicago. According to the accompanying feature story, Black and white women alike jammed the clinic’s waiting room and phone lines. Outside, Jesse Jackson—once a protégée of Howard’s—picketed and called abortion Black genocide.
Sokka: Hey, I thought designing “the lost Appa poster” was my job. I’ve been working all day on my Appa.
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