The American Feminist® Magazine – End the Feminization of Poverty



On January 22, 1973, the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions eliminated the legal protection from abortion for women, and the responsibility of children disproportionately shifted to women. In this insightful issue of The American Feminist, we take the next step to systematically look at poverty and model resources, as well as solutions, and come closer to achieving the unrealized vision of our first wave feminists, who sought to address the root causes of abortion. FFL examines the primary reasons reported by women today: the lack of support on campus and in the workplace and lack of paternal support — and outlines urgently needed solutions.

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