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Hi All!
For those new to the Reproductive Rights Coalition and its list serve: Welcome!
We are so thrilled to have your help and commitment in this very important
struggle for abortion rights and access to all.

Just a reminder about our early pre-meeting before the Return to Little Rocks
presentation. We are meeting in the foyer of Ira Allen Chapel at 6:30. We will
have to be quick and efficent in the meeting. People should come ready to sign
up for tabling times, postering times and any other ideas you may have to raise
awarness on campus. We all need to be ready to do our part in this struggle,
and sometimes that means making room in our all super hectic  schedules to do
things like tabling.

The Little Rocks presentation should be excellent, it will be great to hear
about the Civil Rights movement, and see how inter-related all social justice
movements are: our abortion rights movement is and should be directly linked
with the movement to legalize gay marriage, fight racism in our society today
and to end the unjust occupation of Iraq. The Little Rocks presentation will be
the first great step in linking our new coalition with all the other activist
groups on campus, like SAW, BSU, SFPGJ, etc.

I hope to see you all there on Monday! And in the meantime, always remember to
bring up the Protest in DC on April 25 in conversations you may have. It is
never too early to start getting people on the BUS!!!!

In solidarity,
Mary

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