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A woman's right to control her life REPEAL ALL ABORTION LAWS
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"Repeal all abortion laws" is a slogan used by The Woman's National Abortion Action Coalition (WONAAC), a group that believes women control their own reproductive rights and should have access to reproductive healthcare. The group organized a march of over 3,000 women on November 20th, 1971, in Washington, D.C., to support the repeal of abortion and contraception laws. Similar marches occurred in San Francisco, Paris, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, England, and Italy.

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A woman's right to control her life / Repeal all abortion laws [pinback button]. The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America. Retrieved from https://www.abaa.org/book/717614506.

Women march -- and dance -- for abortion law repeal. (1971). Off Our Backs, 2(4), 17.

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