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Celebrate Pride and Gear Up for Struggle

Fifty years ago on June 28, 1969, patrons at the Stonewall Inn, a gay club in Greenwich Village, NYC, made history when they fought back against a police raid, beginning six days of protests against rampant harassment and discrimination.

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Learning from History on International Women’s Day

In 1987, March was officially declared Women’s History Month in the USA. With the attacks piling upon abortion and on women’s very right to a life of her own choosing and in some cases on her very life itself, it’s no time for feel-good  pats-on-the-back or congratulatory high-fives.  Read the rest of this newsletter to find out more. And let’s pay tribute to the brave marchers of 1908 by heeding their example and getting ready to pick up the pace of struggle.

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