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Community Advocacy and Support by and for Young Mothers

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by Julie

Just because…
You’re on welfare, you’re single, you don’t know who your kid’s dad is, you used to be an addict, you didn’t finish high school, you aren’t old enough to work or drive, vote or drink, you aren’t married, you aren’t rich, you haven’t graduated yet, you live with your parents, you’ve had multiple pregnancies,... Find Out More

Cheri Honkala and KWRU: Poverty Warriors
by Emily Lauer

Cheri Honkala has high aspirations. She is leading a battle for
economic human rights for all people worldwide. Honkala is the director of
the Kensington Welfare Rights Union and the National spokesperson for the
Economic Human Rights Campaign.... Find Out More

Ten Things You Can Do To Protect Reproductive Freedom
by Allison Crews

1. Donate time at area high school's child care centers. Offer to help watch the student's kids after class hours so that they can finish their homework and graduate.

2. Donate umbrellas to clinics targeted by "clinic cams" that tape women going to have... Find Out More

A Mother's Fate
By Angie

My mother was a teenage mother, as was her mother and so on. Perhaps this is why my mother could never quite believe that my passages into womanhood had truly happened. In accepting my maturation, she would have to accept her own. So, it was much easier for her to ignore it. For instance, when I began... Find Out More

ALL Your Choices
By Julie

This site is full of ways for you to survive, should you make the choice to continue your pregnancy. But the key word in that sentence, and in the rest of this site, is CHOICE. The writings here are based on our rock-solid belief that women have the right to control their reproduction, whether by becoming... Find Out More

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