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Call-to-Action Conversations: Policing Pregnancy

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Call-to-Action Conversations: rePRO Justice for Women of Color

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Call-to-Action Conversations: Illegal Sterilization

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You Can Be Terrible if You Call It “Self-Care”

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ON DEMAND WEBINAR: Driving positive change for patients through collaboration and education

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NPSF Call to Action

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A Call to Action

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Congress must protect coverage at no cost for the 26 preventive care services that serve one ultimate purpose: keeping women healthy. We’re stronger in numbers. Every voice counts as we, together, press forward in our fight to Keep the Care. Take action: Contact your Senator and keep in touch.

It’s never been more important. HealthyWomen is the nation’s leading independent, nonprofit health information source for women. Our mission is to educate women age 35+ so that they can make. If you prefer to call, the Capitol switchboard is 202-224-3121 and you can ask them to connect you to your Member’s office.

Guidelines for Writing an Email to Congress. Share your home address so that the Member of Congress can confirm that you are a constituent. House Democrats overseeing pandemic relief called on Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to resume negotiations on a new aid package, saying more. Live Action Celebrates One Billion Views Lila Rose, founder and president of Live Action, joins us to share an important milestone for her organization.

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly with Catherine Hadro airs on EWTN every Thursday night at 10 pm ET. CALL TO ACTION. As I write this, I am on Capitol Hill meeting with Senators in an effort to save the lives of people with disabilities.

That’s where I was yesterday, and it’s where I’ll be most of the week, because this is serious! Our Senators need to know how. Long ago, a group roamed Capitol Hill’s streets at night to protect their community alongside police.

Now, a new Q Patrol takes shape, readying its members to de-escalate and assist those facing discrimination, violence, and hate crimes — without the Seattle Police Department. “A core focus is empowering other queers and other marginalized groups of people,” said Emma, a Q Patrol member. gle to keep up with a soaring burden of administrative tasks. We know how the very goals of patient care can be distorted by the demands of documentation or quality measures.

Driven by experience and the mountainous body of evi-dence on the causes and impacts of physician burnout, this report is a call to action to begin to turn the tide before the. Disability-led direct action helps bring focus to the issues of the disability community, and they are also much harder to ignore. This is what we need right now. As I write this, I am on Capitol Hill meeting with Senators in an effort to save the lives of people with disabilities.

Keep me logged in. Submit Submit a call-to-action and memoir of moved from California to DC and joined forces with fellow activists to lead weekly climate change demonstrations on Capitol.

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The city should ensure that state and federal agencies continue to fully assess health risks for residents returning to contaminated areas before making any official declarations that it is safe for them to do so.

“The Wrong Complexion for Protection: How the Government Response to Disaster Endangers African American Communities” by Robert D. Bullard, Beverly Wright
from The Wrong Complexion for Protection: How the Government Response to Disaster Endangers African American Communities
by Robert D. Bullard, Beverly Wright
NYU Press, 2012

On April 20, two days after the borough president issued her recommendation, the City Planning Commission held a public hearing on the overrun application, the last step in the ULURP review process before its consideration by the City Council.

“Black Corona: Race and the Politics of Place in an Urban Community” by Steven Gregory
from Black Corona: Race and the Politics of Place in an Urban Community
by Steven Gregory
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Next the president of the Eastover Farms No. 1 Property Owners Association, from Bloomfield, recited a letter of complaint to the council, formally registered the group’s opposition, and warned that the proposed ordinance would “start a downward trend.”

“Colored Property: State Policy and White Racial Politics in Suburban America” by David M. P. Freund
from Colored Property: State Policy and White Racial Politics in Suburban America
by David M. P. Freund
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New PPLC president Katharine B. McKinney attempted to recruit Margaret Sanger to come to the state and speak at PPLC’s annual meeting, confessing that “We are at a low ebb in our efforts to get the law changed here and we badly need the inspiration.”

“Liberty and Sexuality: The Right to Privacy and the Making of Roe V. Wade, Updated” by David J. Garrow
from Liberty and Sexuality: The Right to Privacy and the Making of Roe V. Wade, Updated
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from Cumulative List of Organizations Described in Section 170 (c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
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“The Anacostia–Congress Heights area needs health input NOW,” William Sheffey and Reverend Shane MacCarthy wrote.

“Madness in the City of Magnificent Intentions” by Martin Summers, Associate Professor of History and African and African Diaspora Studies Martin Summers
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Both the Health Department and the municipal hospital promised to cooperate with the NSUO in a model neighborhood health center in the selected district.

“The Organic City: Urban Definition and Neighborhood Organization 1880-1920” by Patricia Mooney Melvin
from The Organic City: Urban Definition and Neighborhood Organization 1880-1920
by Patricia Mooney Melvin
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Rural Rensselaer County Council for Health and Human Services Inc., Hoosick Falls, N. Y.

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Headquarters Office: Program Contact: Mr. Jerry Coopey, Office of Rural Health Policy, Health Resources and Services Administration, Public Health Service, DHHS, Parklawn Building, Room 9-05, 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857.

“Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, 1999” by Barry Leonard
from Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, 1999
by Barry Leonard
DIANE Publishing Company, 1999

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  • This is a what happens in nature. No escaping a virus unless we fully contain all infected people. We can not contain all people. Destroying lives does not destroy or contain a virus.

  • Mark, sometimes I suspect that all spiritualities are to distract us from taking seemingly more tangible actions. How would you respond to that? Thanks.