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September 2012 eNewsletter

In this issue: Highlights from 2012 AMP, A Brief History of Anti-Abortion Initiative and Referanda in Our Region.

The war against women is making headlines again. We created a Brief History of Anti-Abortion Initiative and Referanda in Our Region to assess what this means to our organizing work and the upcoming election. Also in this enews we share with you highlights from AMP and welcome new staff and intern.

Happy Autumn, 

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Kelley Weigel
Executive Director

AMP 2012: The Highlights!

Devin Burghart

Tempest in a Teacup
by Devin Burghart, Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights
Devin talked about the rise of the Tea Party and three things we can do to take back the debate. Check out a short video version of his talk or read the full transcript

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AMP and the Turning Tide of Trans Justice
by Tash Shaz of Basic Rights Oregon. 
Find out how groups are passing laws to protect transgender people and working on organizational practices to be trans-friendly. 

Kathy GriesmyerWho Needs Summer Camp When You Can Have AMP
by Kathy Griesmyer of ACLU of Idaho
At AMP you can gain more friends, build your organizer toolbox and learn Bhangra dance moves. It's not like any other summer camp! 

A Brief History of Anti-Abortion Initiative and Referanda in our Region

Brief History of Abortion Related Initiatives and Referenda Since 1970, 35 measures have been waged in 16 states. Twenty-six were pushed by anti-choice activists. After Roe vs. Wade was passed, anti-choice advocates have tried to chip away at this decision by targeting state funding of abortions. 

There are a variety of anti-choice ballot measures in 2012. How does this impact voter turnout and influence candidate elections? Download our Brief History to find out more. 

Check out our new intern and staff!

 Kate Brittain  Rosa Yadira Ortiz  Nadia
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Kate Brittain is our fall intern from Concordia University's International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership.

Rosa Yadira Ortiz is our new Development and Communication Manager. 

Nadia Yang is our Project Assistant.

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