Several thousand demonstrators are expected on Saturday in the streets of the United States to defend the right to abortion, threatened by the Supreme Court, which seems ready to go back 50 years after its historic decision to protect abortion.
Phave touched our bodies! “: Thousands of demonstrators are expected Saturday in the streets of the United States to defend the right to abortion, threatened by the Supreme Court which seems ready to go back, fifty years after its historic decision to protect abortion. Some four hundred processions are organized across the country, including large marches in Washington, New York, Chicago, Austin and Los Angeles, according to the organizers of this day of action.
Even if it is supported by a majority of the population, according to recent polls, the right to abortion has been a very divisive social issue since the historic “Roe v. Wad” of January 1973, which protects the right of American women to terminate their pregnancies. “On Saturday, our elected leaders, Supreme Court justices, corporations that fund anti-abortion interests will hear us out,” said Sonja Spoo, an official with feminist organization UltraViolet, who promises further action.
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