April 2004


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Choice Coalition <[log in to unmask]>
Timothy Shiner <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 19 Apr 2004 10:10:31 -0400
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Hello everyone and congratulations on putting together this coalition - it
has been exciting to watch your activism.

The women's center is sponsoring a talk this Thursday as part of our Women
at Noon series. Information is below - you might be interested.

Also, we are sponsoring a discussion on April 29th where we would like a
couple of people who go to the March this coming weekend to share there
experiences with people who were not able to go. See below for details.
Please email me directly at [log in to unmask] if you are interested in
coming and speaking on the 29th.

Thanks everyone,


April 22nd, Noon, Women's Center, 34 S Williams St
"Motherless: A Legacy of Loss" Video Showing & Discussion
This film explores the tragedy of four women who died from illegal abortions
through the voices of the children they left behind. Evidence presented
reveals that the number of abortions which are performed stays relatively
the same regardless of whether or not abortions are legal. The death of
women from illegal abortions, however, rises dramatically when safe and
legal options are not available. Join us for a viewing and discussion.


April 29th, Noon, Women's Center, 34 S Williams St.  - Please note the
change in schedule from the print flyer. This event and the May 6th event
have switched topics. March for Women's Lives Report
On April 25, 2004, students, youth, community members, major reproductive
rights leaders, labor, human rights, LGBT rights, and environmental
organizations will gather in D.C. in record numbers to show their support
for a woman's right to choose. Come hear the stories and experiences of a
few of the people who went from UVM.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Charlotte Miller" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 10:05 AM
Subject: Update Monday 19th

> Hello Everyone
> Today is the last meeting of the Reproductive RIghts Coalition before the
> and it will be in BILLINGS (upstairs in front of the big fireplace) at
> so that we can be on hand for the D'Souza protest before and to sell
> afterwards.  Everyone on the list should come and make sure to buy their
> tickets - we only have half the bus left and also sign up for tabling so
we can
> fill the bus by Wednesday which is when we need to pay by.
> As of Midday today, all the tickets will be at the Women's Center on 34
> Williams Street for people to buy when we are not tabling with them.  THey
> no longer be available in my office.
> See you all tonight and don't forget to come at 6.15 outside IRA Allen to
> Protest Dinesh D'souza's racist, homophobic, mysognistic presence on
> We cnanot be silent in the face of this man, we need to let people on
> the College Republicans, the community and the man himself that we do not
> his sort of rhetoric on campus.
> Charlotte