February 8, 2019
Choices February 2019 newsletter

Choices February 2019 Newsletter

Recent events and news for February 2019 including a Message from Merle, Black History Month, Reproductive Health News, Baby M and commercial surrogacy, and the Day of Zero Tolerance.
January 22, 2019
Merle Hoffman raises her trademark hanger outside St. Patricks Cathedral in New York in 1989. This was the first pro-choice civil disobedience action in history.

46 Years of Roe v. Wade: The Struggle Continues

This historic action was defined by the Philadelphia Inquirer as "an important strategic change in the movement," and I was also quoted on the cover of the New York Times Metro Section saying, "Women's rights are in a state of emergency." Ten years later in 1998, I wrote the following list of action items to guide the pro-choice movement into the future.
January 17, 2019
Choices waiting room mural created by Linda Stein

2018 Year In Review at Choices

2019 marks the 48th year of Choices and the 46th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade as Choices Women's Medical Center looks to the future. In 2018, Choices added services and solidified relationships, and founder Merle Hoffman returned to Russia to continue the Choices mission abroad.
January 4, 2019
Love and the Unexpected at Choices, December Newsletter

Love and the Unexpected at Choices

This year marked the 30th Anniversary of World AIDS Day, a global health campaign founded by the World Health Organization in 1988 to raise awareness of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and mourn those who have lost their lives to AIDS. Three years before the founding of World AIDS Day I took a trip that forever impacted my conception of the illness.
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