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Why I Went to the Women’s March

The Women’s March Encompasses More Than One Issue Photos by Danielle Dorsey. At Minnesota State Capitol, the Twin Cities Women’s March took place on January 19, 2019. According to the Star Tribune around 4,000 people gathered to advocate for women’s rights.     The Women’s March is a contentious annual event that sparks heavy discussion surrounding...

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Why I Went to the March for Life

STOP! They say to start articles by getting the attention of the reader… I’ve always been bad at that! But I’m not bad at making friends, so I’ll start with this instead. Here’s a little bit about me: I’m a 20-year-old college student, which means I live on library couches, coffee, and the three minutes...

All babies want to get born’d
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All babies want to get born’d

When choosing a side is too simple. When I think about the debate about abortion in America, my mind is flooded with memories of fatally long Facebook statuses, graphic images super-glued to posters, and that scene in Juno where we learn “ALL BABIES WANT TO GET BORN’D.” Growing up in predominantly conservative Christian contexts, the...

Abortion: An enraging injustice
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Abortion: An enraging injustice

A pro-life stance As a conservative woman involved in politics, I am frequently asked my stance on abortion. How could I staunchly oppose something that advocates for women’s health? How could I impose my “religious convictions” on to someone who has admittedly made a mistake, but can hardly care for herself? Last summer, a series...