The guise of being protected due to already established social progress can be dangerous. In certain cases, precedents protecting certain rights can be taken away in the blink of an eye.
Debbs v. Jackson was ruled on last week, affectively overturning Roe v. Wade and calling into question the standing of other equality cases by judge Clarence Thomas. Roe was never codified into law, making the case the only protection many women had. The right to privacy has been revoked. What does this mean? How can we fight for our rights to be reinstated?
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