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Corpses Don’t Rebel: Former Quiverfull Mom Reacts to Death of Hana Williams by “Biblical Chastisement” via Corporal Punishment

The death toll from parents following Michael and Debi Pearl’s teachings continues to mount.

Trigger Warning: This article contains graphic descriptions of infant and child abuse.

The death toll from parents following Michael and Debi Pearl’s teachings continues to mount. Another child is has been “biblically chastened” to death via corporal punishment, and Michael Pearl is defending his teachings in the mainstream media while promoting his new book.

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Keeping Health Systems Accountable: A Critical Component of the Every Woman, Every Child Campaign

Poor quality maternity care, abuse by health workers, and health systems that are unaccountable to pregnant women and mothers all can subvert efforts brimming over with resources and political will.

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How Many Questions Do You Have For Your Political Candidates? Join the 10Questions Project and Get Answers!

Do you want to see more focus on sexual and reproductive justice issues in political campaigns?  Do you want to know more about the positions of candidates across the spectrum on such issues as comprehensive sexual health education, women’s rights, the right to determine whether, when, and with whom to have children, and the right to access basic reproductive and sexual health services (such as testing and treatment for breast and cervical cance, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, information on and access to birth control an

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Community Engagement on HIV Policy: Are Town Halls Meaningful Enough?

Community involvement is meant to hold government accountable to the people affected by policies. But meaningful engagement of communities rarely occurs. Will the town halls on HIV planned by the Administration be any different?

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The AIDS Crisis in the United States: Will the Obama Administration Meet the Challenge?

The National HIV Prevention Conference opens at a time when healthcare reform and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy are seen as potential game-changers.

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