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Commentary on the Media Discourse Surrounding Abortion and Social Class

We as a nation need to have a serious talk about how the various discourses on what constitutes personhood are enforced in the context of class, sexuality and desire. And Americans rarely talk class. But it's there. Class affects our sexuality and desires, our humanity and personhood from pre-birth, to birth, to death. Now it's also addressing "When does life start?"

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The Poor Pay the Price

A year ago we surveyed low-income guests gathered at the free weekly dinner we offer at West Central Episcopal Mission. The question was “What resources do you find hard to get in West Central?”

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