OTI Newsletter – January 12, 2012

OTI Newsletter – January 12, 2012

She fought for reproductive justice on the streets, within clinics, in the news —
with brave words, in an uncompromising voice,
with a giant wire hanger raised high in the air —
and this January,
she reveals the truths from the front lines of the battle for abortion rights:

Barnes & Noble Upper East Side Presents a reading and book signing in honor of the release of Intimate Wars: The Life and Times of the Woman Who Brought Abortion from the Back Alley to the Boardroom, a memoir by Merle Hoffman, award-winning journalist, activist, and women’s health care pioneer

Thursday, January 12, 2012
Barnes and Noble
86th and Lexington

introduced by Bill Baird, Father of the Abortion Movement and holder of three US Supreme Court cases, including Baird V Eisenstadt, which legalized birth control nationally for unmarried people

and with Jennifer Baumgardner,
award-winning filmmaker, writer, and creator of the I Had an Abortion project

For more information, visit:
Barnes & Noble Event Page and Facebook Invitation

“There is a reason that women have been having abortions, legal or not, for all of history. The act of choosing whether or not to have a child is often an act of love, and always an act of survival.” — Merle Hoffman, Intimate Wars