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New Blog -- My Voice, My Choice

The Chicago Abortion Fund has launched a new blog for their My Voice, My Choice leadership project. It's still brand-spanking new with only 3 posts, but make sure that you bookmark them, grab their RSS feed, or add them to your blogroll.

This blog will be THE place to hear from young women of color who have had abortions, aren't afraid to tell their stories, and tell the stories of others.

I've been in many, many meetings where feminists wring their hands and scratch their heads and wonder, "Where are the women of color?" "How can we get them to the table?" Well folks, they are right over at the CAF blog and they set their own table. Why don't you please join them?


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