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Abortion Rights in the United States
The American Supreme Court overturned a 1973 ruling establishing the right to abortion.
Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years of federal abortion rights
The American Supreme Court overturned a 1973 ruling establishing the right to abortion. At least half of the states are expected to restrict or outlaw abortion as a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling. The law will affect millions of individuals, many of whom may choose to travel across state lines for reproductive health care.
Dissenting Justices Say Women’s Rights Have Been Stripped, Others Now Under Threat
Three liberal Supreme Court justices dissent the decision of the conservative majority of the Supreme Court of eroding women’s rights to abortion. The right to abort a pregnancy stems from the right to own and use birth control, which led to later greater legal rights pertaining to sexual orientation and gay marriage.
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Pride parades: World cities celebrate LGBTQ rights
Parades for Pride month commemorate and celebrate LGTBQ communities, and contribute to more acceptance of their social identities. Young people often struggle with accepting their own sexuality, as they may fear not being accepted by their family members and friends once they come out.
Pride marked by celebrations, arrests and grief around the world
Pride events are returning to many cities around the world. In Canada, Pride Toronto’s month-long celebration program also included Trans March and Dyke March. In US, crowds and marchers amidst parades held signs protesting the court’s abortion ruling. In Turkey, people were arrested in central Istanbul after authorities put an end to a Pride march. Turkey was among the few Muslim countries to allow Pride marches, but it has prohibited them since 2015.
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