Politics Comic: 1960's to Present Part 2
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1960's: Women's Rights
Working towards Women's Rights - Right for equal Pay - Right for access to Birth Control - Legalize Abortion - Stop Violence against Women
We decided: Roe v. Wade Legalize Abortion 1973 Access for all women to have Birth Control in 1972
Present: Women's Rights
Hey, just a heads up: I wouldn't be so secure about abortion rights
Working towards Women's Rights over 50 Years Later - Right for equal Pay - Birth Control women have access to - Abortion legalized - Stop Violence against Women
Minority students disproportionately attend under funded and under resourced schools. "The result is that students whose families already face hardship are placed at an even greater disadvantage." (civilrights.org discrimination in education.)
In 1965 birth control was only available to married women. Single women had no right to birth control or abortion until 1972-1973. (ourbodiesourselves.org plannedparenthoodaction.org)
Women still do not have equal pay. New Supreme Court Justices may overturn Roe v Wade due to political change. (cnbc.com)
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