Activate Series: #23 - What Did the Early Feminists Think of Abortion? March 01, 2018 10:41

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As modern feminism celebrates abortion, as part of Women’s History Month, we thought it important to raise up a missing voice—the feminist foremothers. Did first-wave feminists work to make abortion "safe and accessible" as part of their fight for women’s rights? Or did they see it as a symptom of, not a solution to, women’s inequality?

This week’s online course clip explains the focus of the early movement and thus, its clear and direct opposition to the injustice and oppression of abortion.   

This course excerpt is from Session 2: Infiltration, which focuses on the 1900s-1920s. It’s part of our Rise Up in the Truth online curriculum.

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