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South Africa: Reproductive Rights in SA, Kenya Mirror Alabama Abortion Vote

allAfrica.com Monday, 20 May 2019
[Daily Maverick] It's no coincidence that Alabama, the US state that has just voted to ban abortion almost totally, has a statue to the man labelled 'the father of gynaecology' and who learnt his trade experimenting on female slaves. This was one of the lessons learnt by a group of South African girls, who found out on road trips in the US and Kenya that reproductive rights are under attack in both countries, write India Baird and Kelly Petersen.
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