The rise of anti-abortion activism in UK universities
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‘It’s actively dangerous‘ — The government’s efforts to protect ‘free speech’ within universities has emboldened pro-life campaigners operating on campus. Unsurprisingly, it has led to significant backlash among students ..read more
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The activists helping Polish people access safe abortions
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Fighting for choice — With abortion effectively banned in Poland, campaigners are assisting people in crossing borders and ending unwanted pregnancies ..read more
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The battle for abortion clinic buffer zones in the UK
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Right to choose — The overturning of Roe v. Wade in the US has seen an emboldened anti-choice movement in the UK. Now, campaigners are fighting to protect people from harassment as they access abortion care ..read more
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A terrifying new chapter for unsafe abortions
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Right to Choose — In the wake of the Roe v. Wade reversal, we introduce our series spotlighting the voices of people who’ve been impacted by anti-abortion laws and anti-choice protestors ..read more
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Criminalisation harms people self-managing abortions
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Right to Choose — A woman from Texas explains how she was forced to consider the criminal liability she might face for medication abortion over her health ..read more
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I was denied a life-saving abortion
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Right to Choose — A 28-year-old from Texas shares her story of being forced to travel across state lines for an abortion that would save her life and end a pregnancy that her baby had no way of surviving ..read more
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One year of Jeremy Corbyn’s Music for the Many
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by Ben Smoke
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Photographer Emily-Jayne Nolan went down to Moth Club, Hackney to capture the anniversary show of Peace & Justice Project’s campaign to save grassroots music venues. Inside Hackney’s Moth Club, it’s warm. Not quite sweat dropping off the ceilings warm just yet, but it’s getting there. In the centre of the packed out room, people throw themselves at one another as the pounding drums and driving guitars of Ditz fill the room. Atop one of the booths that line the side of the room, microphone cable trailing high above heads from the stage, lead singer Cal Francis holds court, the melee of lim ..read more
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Inside the uplifting world of Death Cafes
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by Ben Smoke
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Meet the young people finding life talking about death in cafes popping up across the world. As I entered a dimly lit room I didn’t know what to expect, and would’ve believed you if you told me I’d mistakenly joined a Book Club or Crochet Circle. Ten smiling faces looked back at me, and I selected my chair in the circle, anxiously waiting for the silence to break. When it did, my nerves dissipated, and my world opened up. This little room, at the end of an idyllic London Mews, was my first experience of a Death Cafe. It was my second date in a now, ironically deceased romance. When he fi ..read more
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Saddling up with Texas’ Creole trail riders
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by Alex King
2M ago
The Texas Regulators are a women-led trail riding group who celebrate zydeco music, Creole heritage and African-American cowboy culture in America’s Deep South. “When a horse rides past you, you can feel it if you’re not even looking,” Ashley Lewis explains. “When you have so many horses moving together, it’s pumping. It’s pumping the ground where we ride. We ride across several fields of cattle. As we ride, you see the cattle stop what they’re doing, come to the fence of the road that we’re riding on and they start to run right alongside of us. You’ll see people come out on their porches or ..read more
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Gritty scenes of Dublin in the 1970s
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by Ben Smoke
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In his new book, Dublin City, Suburbs & County 1970s, photographer Keith Nolan relives the spirit and warmth of the Irish capital. While enrolled in a boarding school in Dublin from 1958-1964, Keith Nolan discovered photography and was immediately hooked, devoting himself to it without a second thought. “I left college at the ripe old age of sixteen as my parents became aware that I wasn’t bothered about further academic achievements, only photography!” Nolan says. After assisting a local photographer who specialised in weddings and commercial work, and operated a colour film lab, Nolan w ..read more
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