From Rights to Repentance: Norma McCorvey and Roe v Wade

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Binoy Kampmark

 

“I wasn’t the wrong person to become Jane Roe. I wasn’t the right person to become Jane Roe. I was just the person who became Jane Roe, of Roe v Wade.”

Norma McCorvey with Andy Meisler, I am Roe: My Life, Roe v Wade (1994)

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Hateful, toxic rhetoric creating a dangerous and divided world

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Amnesty International

Politicians using toxic rhetoric, reminiscent of the 1930s, are creating a dangerous and divided world, said human rights NGO Amnesty International as it launched its annual assessment of human rights around the world.

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Sweet Crude: Has Nigeria been used and dumped?

George Osodi

 

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Awesu Olaniyi Williams

If America was to have an assigned gender, it would be a male. Forget any misogynistic tendency, the US has always been a master charmer from the days of the Marshall Plan to the post cold war era.

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