A women's rights protest occurred on Nov. 17. Asking, "Does LMU only care about their 'pro-life' donors?" in reaction to the pro-life demonstration on Nov. 5 protesting Women in Politics Planned Parenthood fundraiser.
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LMU's history and women's and gender studies departments held a forum involving a roundtable discussion on different areas of reproductive rights, including the history of contraception and abortion, legal specifics of Roe v. Wade, disability justice and reproductive justice lenses and reproductive rights beyond the U.S.
A new Texas law banning most abortions was not blocked by the Supreme Court, threatening reproductive rights for all Americans.
Thumbs up: Xavier Becerra
Last week, Texas approved new regulations that will require abortion clinics, hospitals and other health care facilities that perform abortion…