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It's such a great idea to tell the stories of the people who have had abortions. Thank you for your courage. I think it's easy to develop an image of baby and men hating women having prolific unprotected sex in a trailer somewhere--an image that supports the concept of someone who needs to be punished for having an abortion. A baby killer. Listening to stories, listening to your podcast to develop a repertoire of stories, can go so far to reach out and help people understand--even people who don't want to listen, who dismiss the problems of women and see women only as baby machines.
Storytelling for Social Change
March 17, 2018. 10am-4pm at the Vermont Folklife Center in Middlebury, VT.
New Books in Jewish Studies is pleased to announce the availability of new podcast episodes, many of which may be of interest to H-OralHist subscribers.
In particular, we recently interviewed the following scholars about their new publications:
*Apologies for cross posting.*
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