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Watch: Abortion, Morality, and the Liberation of Women!

Abortion, Morality and the Liberation of Women is also available on DVD, specially designed for use in classrooms and by school groups. Order a copy (or several) online today! If you are a student, professor or teacher, you may be eligible for a free copy. Let us know you are interested!

Contact us about the possibility of bringing this sort of presentation to your classroom in person. World Can’t Wait can provide speakers with scientific and moral clarity on the topic of women’s right to abortion, answering the hard questions, and motivating students to stand up at this crucial moment for women’s rights. Read a report from a Cleveland high school and another report from a university in North Carolina.

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Talking about Abortion and Morality with College Students in North Carolina

I brought up the three points (which were not in the sections of the video we attached) that should serve as a foundational basis of what we stand for: a fetus is not a baby, abortion is not murder, women are not incubators, and talked about how those points are probably completely non-controversial amongst the people in the room, but which had been compromised and diluted to near meaninglessness by the sections of the movement that are subservient to the Democratic Party.

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Sunsara Taylor on cultural relativism

“And who are you to criticize someone else’s culture?”  Sunsara Taylor takes this on…

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Feb. 20 2pm NYC – Protest American Apparel’s “best bottom” contest!

Everyone welcome to bring posters protesting objectification and commodification of women’s bodies. Bring your own alternative & FURIOUS photos.

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From the Burkha to the Thong: Everything Must, and Can, Change! WE NEED TOTAL REVOLUTION

Sunsara Taylor begins national campus speaking tour – see her video

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“Offensive” says NYU’s newspaper about anti-Tebow OpEd

Read the OpEd piece by Sunsara Taylor and alum Janai Garfinkel that Washington Square News editor called "offensive" and overturned the decision to publish last week. 

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