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September 21, 2014

  • Saturday marked a national day of action for reproductive rights. Jarrah Hodge explains why access to abortion in the maritimes ought to be of national concern. If you are in New Brunswick, check out these resources before voting tomorrow: a public service announcement on the state of abortion in the province, and the findings of Reproductive Justice New Brunswick’s survey on reproductive justice (use the map to find out which candidates support repealing NB’s unjust regulations on abortion).
  • In a long but well worthwhile conversation, two NPR senior editors talk about popular culture’s embrace of feminism, and what opportunities, as well as barriers, this presents.
  • If you are feeling down that you don’t have tickets to see Broad City at Toronto’s Just For Laughs, take comfort in Illana and Abbi’s new web series.

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