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Please join me (Lynn Paltrow, NAPW's Executive Director) for:
“Building Our Base: Advancing a Culture of Life that Values the Women Who Give that Life”
A Communications Connection Teleconference and Webinar
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On the 35th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Salon.com asked me to write 150-250 words on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Joining other activists including Pamela Merritt (aka Shark-Fu), Shelby Knox, Cristina Page, Jennifer Baumgardner, and Gloria Feldt, among others.

NAPW Featured in Tompaine and RH Reality Check

NAPW Featured in Tompaine and RH Reality Check
March 28, 2007

Towards A Real Culture Of Life

Lynn M. Paltrow

March 12, 2007

Lynn M. Paltrow is the executive director of National Advocates for Pregnant Women.

Many people in the U.S. work to protect the rights of pregnant women and to ensure that they are treated with dignity and respect.

NAPW Op Ed in San Francisco Chronicle

NAPW Op Ed in San Francisco Chronicle
January 22, 2007

Friday, January 19, 2007 (SF Chronicle)
On the Anniversary of Roe vs. Wade/Creating a true 'culture of life'
Lynn M. Paltrow

For the past 10 years, the term "culture of life" has been little more than window dressing for the hundreds of laws that limit access to abortion -- or advance the interests of fetuses, as if they existed separately from the pregnant women who carry them.

Long-Term Policies, Long-Term Gains

Long-Term Policies, Long-Term Gains
December 07, 2006

Lynn Paltrow, NAPW Executive Director was asked by the Editors of Conscience Magazine, the News Journal of Catholic Opinion to participate in a Roundtable: Talking the Talk on Abortion. As the Editors expained:
The debate over abortion is not one that is going away soon, and there is much discussion about which side, if either, is winning or losing.

Why are Doctor’s Lying?

South Dakota allies Barbara Chapman and Karen Miller, in an op ed featured in the Rapid City Journal challenge the lies some doctors are telling about the new law that would ban virtually all South Dakota women from legal abortion services.

Why are doctors lying?
By Barbara Chapman and Karen Miller, mental health professionals in Rapid City.