• adolmd

    I had the honor of meeting Dr. Tiller in person. I was struck by his calm and dedication. His story – how he was going into dermatology in LA but then got called back by his father’s family practice patients to take over his father’s work. He was going to have a easy, lucrative life in dermatology, but then someone in his father’s community died of a self-induced or back alley abortion. So he gave that up and went back to KS to serve women and the community.

     

    He faced constant domestic terrorism and personal threats. As did his family. and was murdered in his church!

     

    Please read the award-winning article http://www.msmagazine.com/spring2010/lonewolf.asp

    “Not a Lone Wolf” that details how the anti-choice, anti-woman, conservatives fueled Dr. Tiller’s assassination.

     

    And do something in his honor/memory – donate to NAF, PRCH, TRUST WOMEN PAC, TRUST WOMEN Foundation.

     

    http://oursilverribbon.org/

  • adolmd

    I had the honor of meeting Dr. Tiller in person. I was struck by his calm and dedication. His story – how he was going into dermatology in LA but then got called back by his father’s family practice patients to take over his father’s work. He was going to have a easy, lucrative life in dermatology, but then someone in his father’s community died of a self-induced or back alley abortion. So he gave that up and went back to KS to serve women and the community.

     

    He faced constant domestic terrorism and personal threats. As did his family. and was murdered in his church!

     

    Please read the award-winning article http://www.msmagazine.com/spring2010/lonewolf.asp

    “Not a Lone Wolf” that details how the anti-choice, anti-woman, conservatives fueled Dr. Tiller’s assassination.

     

    And do something in his honor/memory – donate to NAF, PRCH, TRUST WOMEN PAC, TRUST WOMEN Foundation.

     

    http://oursilverribbon.org/

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