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Each passing year, more people die who would be eligible for reparations after involuntary sterilization in California. To provide redress to those still alive, and to the women sterilized in the state prisons, a reparations bill is worth fighting for.
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There has been little-to-no discussion in the press or in scientific circles about whether deafness can be called a ‘serious’ condition. We know that there is a huge range of opinion on this question among both deaf and hearing people.

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Ukraine has become an increasingly popular destination for foreign couples seeking affordable surrogacy services since they became legal in 2002. But as demand grows, so do reports of alleged exploitation of both surrogate mothers and intended parents. 

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Disabled lives are lives, and are charged with inherent dignity. Most people with disabilities don’t wish they had never been born. Some have rich lives despite their disability, but others would say they have rich lives at least in part because of their disability.
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Megaphone in the colors of the French flag

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Photos of Stuart Newman and Tina Stevens and the cover of their book, Biotech Juggernaut

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Window poster for SNAP (supplemental nutrition assistance program)

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woman looking out of a window from behind

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