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  • Democrats call for abortion clinics on federal lands

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  • Chase Strangio on abortion and LGBTQ rights: ‘Our fights are together’

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  • ‘The Janes’ documentary tells true story of women helping women seek abortions in 1972

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  • Javier Muñoz explains how he holds on to hope despite obstacles as gay actor

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  • 'We have to keep fighting': The ongoing battle for LGBTQ rights

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  • Senators ask Biden to take 'bold action' on abortion  

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  • Rep. Jayapal on the fight for Trans rights

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  • The public health crisis facing black women with Roe overturned

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  • Lulu Garcia-Navarro makes the case for learning why people think the way they do

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  • Activists are ready to help women as SCOTUS ends Roe

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  • Trump calls Georgia election officials ‘stupid’ in documentary clip

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  • With Roe gone, are LGBTQ+ rights next?

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  • 1849 Abortion ban back in effect with Roe v. Wade overturned 

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  • 'Ballot Mule' conspiracy theory gains traction ahead of midterms

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  • At least six GOP lawmakers asked Trump for pardons

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  • 'They’re waking up to a lot of sorrow and horror': Day one of a post-Roe America

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  • 'This is such an enormous step backwards': Sen. Baldwin weighs in on Supreme Court’s Roe decision

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  • Biden and Western Hemisphere leaders announce migration plan

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Uncovering the dark roots of modern anti-immigration policy

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There are high hopes that President Biden can reform immigration in America, but the only way to find solutions is by understanding what and who is working to stop them. Immigration lawyer and advocate Hassan Ahmad joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez. Ahmad is suing the University of Michigan to uncover sealed papers from the late John Tanton, a man Ahmad says is key to today’s modern anti-immigrant movement.