1973: Retro Affirmation Tee - Black
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All measurements are in inches.
Chest is measured horizontally around the chest and back.
Waist is measured horizontally around the bottom of the shirt.
Length is measured vertically from the highest point of the shirt's shoulder to the bottom of the shirt.
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In January, 1973, the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade struck down most states' restrictions on abortions.
If overturned, women will no longer be guaranteed the right to make the incredibly personal and consequential decisions about whether and when to have a child. Anti-choice activists are working tirelessly to take away the right to choose abortion, no matter what circumstances a woman faces. In the legislature, in the courts, and on the streets, they are trying to make abortions harder to obtain and more dangerous by intimidating doctors and patients, designing laws to shut down clinics, and misrepresenting science to fit an anti-choice political agenda. Every woman should have the right to decide what is best for herself and her family. Every one of us needs to work to protect that right.
Prinkshop loves the National Institute for Reproductive Health for protecting a woman's right to choose and providing reproductive healthcare.
The National Institute for Reproductive Health (NIRH) builds power at the state and local level to advance reproductive freedom from the ground up. NIRH doesn’t just push back against restrictions on abortion and contraception; it pushes forward and fights for a society in which everyone has the freedom and ability to control their reproductive and sexual lives.
Learn more about the National Institute for Reproductive Health at www.nirhealth.org