Mississippi Reproductive Freedom Summer a Success!

Colón, Michelle
September 2006
National NOW Times;Fall2006, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p4
The article discusses the Reproductive Freedom Summer: Providing a Peaceful Presence '06, organized by the Mississippi National Organization for Women members, American Civil Liberties Union and reproductive rights supporters. They organized events for the community to show support for the clinic, the staff, and most importantly, the courageous patients of the Women Health Organization in Jackson, Mississippi, which is the only abortion provider in the state.


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