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JOIN US! Feb 27 for a discussion about the MA ROE Act, and how we can help

Feb 27 – Join members of the ROE Act Coalition and MA State Rep Sarah Peake to learn more about the ROE Act, and how to take action to engage supporters of abortion access on the Cape and beyond.

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Why the issue of vaccinations hits us close to home – his name is Ollie

This story was originally posted March 4, 2019, but because this subject keeps coming up, we are reposting it.  We want friends and followers to understand WHY we do not allow anti-vax comments on our Facebook page or here on our website. We believe in medical science. We’ve shared some news stories about the impact of not vaccinating children on

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Read it the ‘quick’ way, or read the full historic report: THE TRUMP-UKRAINE IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY REPORT

Tuesday night, December 3, Rachel Maddow gave us a lesson on how to read this report if you don’t have time to read the full report. Use Maddow’s Cliff notes version to see the important issues used to build a case for impeaching Donald J. Trump. Below is a website version of her suggestion, taken from the online copy of

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On this Giving Tuesday and in this giving season, consider a donation to help us continue our mission.

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. Please consider a donation to Cape Cod Women for Change to help

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Facts vs. Myths in today’s abortion rhetoric

Our leadership group has been working on a quick reference for you to use when faced with opposition to abortion care access.  Thank you to Laurie Veninger for compiling our research in an easy to read, downloadable and shareable document, Abortion Myth – Fact.  This is the same sheet in two images, click on the images to download and share

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Anti-choice Movement Rhetoric, ‘infanticide’: The Latent Misogyny of Abortion Discourse

In order to effective advocate for women’s rights to access abortions and healthcare, we we have to understand the opposition.  Unfortunately, the local and national rhetoric has taken hold, even the media is using misleading terms. We will be talking a lot about this rhetoric. We want you to be equipped with the tools to respond to these arguments with

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Want to help women access abortion care in the U.S.? Here is a list of abortion funds, clinics, and advocacy groups, by state.

Recently, Steph Herold, MPH used a twitter thread to share a list of organizations that work on abortion access state by state. This took a lot of work, and we should use this information. Her thread was shared via a special reader that puts it all together, I’ve created a list using the information she provided and added to it,

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The MA Roe Act, what it is, and why it is so important now

UPDATES! The bill was passed on from the Joint Committee on Health to the Joint Committee on the Judiciary. Judiciary immediately scheduled a hearing and we plan to have a presence at this hearing, join us! See more details about the hearing and how to attend. If you can’t attend we ask that you send an email with written testimony,

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‘Be the Dragon!’ Thoughts on our righteous anger

BE THE DRAGON! By Laurie Veninger Recently, I have been reading Rebecca Traister’s Good and Mad, about the amazing history of the women’s movement and the often unspoken anger that propels it. It is not new to me that women are viewed and judged differently to men; that a woman speaking passionately is often deemed hysterical; that a wronged woman

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Why We Will Win.

There is only one thing I can thank Donald Trump for. Without him, I would not have met hundreds of amazing people from across Cape Cod, from across MA, and indeed, from all across the country. All of them with a single-minded, laser focus on one thing: stopping this nightmare. The nightmare didn’t begin in 2016 and it will not end in 2018 or 2020. We aren’t naïve; we know this.

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