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  • Annotated Bibliography: Why I Provide Abortions

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    favoring murder or insuring women’s health? Parker, Willie. "Why I Provide Abortions." The New York Times. The New York Times, 17 Nov. 2015. Web. 22 Nov. 2015. In his article “Why I Provide Abortions” Parker, Willie a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist is also the chairman-elect of the Board of Physician for Reproductive Health. Like many others originally opposed the idea of abortions, to his belief abortion was morally wrong. However, after 12 years of practice as an obstetrician and

  • Argumentative Essay: Why Abortion Is Murder?

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    Natalie Snyder Leanne Hinkle English IV 6 February 2018 Abortion is Murder November 14, 1979, the temperature was fifteen degrees, a two pound baby was found in a field wrapped up in a dirty, old shirt. The umbilical cord still attached, and the baby was aborted twelve weeks prematurely. Little chance of survival, the baby was taken to a hospital. The little girl had surgery and other efforts to save her life. The baby was adopted by, Susan Morrison, the nurse who attended to her

  • Republican Conception Summary

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    Republican in his Democratic scope. In The New York Times, he published his opinions on conception and cleverly titled his article, The Republican Conception of Conception. Within this article, he addresses the issues on conception and woman rights on abortion with his Democratic lens. Edsall claims are agreeing science on the issue on conception and where life begins. There are disagreements on the issue when exactly life begins because of religion and modern science. The article states, “Christians

  • MLA Paragraph Analysis: '16 And Pregnant'

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    Alyssa Boggs Dr. Brandon Gramer English 122 October 2nd, 2015 Homework #3 1. One 150 word paragraph supported by two separate sources including a direct quotation and a paraphrase using proper MLA document format An adult who has a career and a home to raise a child who isn’t married and having a child out of wedlock could be a sensitive topic for those raised in a religious household. But teenage pregnancy was always the most taboo topic. It seems that over the years, teenage pregnancy has become

  • Sustainable Development Goals

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    infant mortality. MDG 5: Family planning reduces maternal mortality in three ways. It decreases the total number of pregnancies, each of which places a woman at risk.3 It prevents pregnancies that are unwanted and hence more likely to end in unsafe abortions, which contribute to one in eight maternal deaths.8 Finally, it reduces the proportion of births that are at greater risk of complications because of the mother’s age, parity, or birth spacing. MDG 6: Family planning can slow the spread of HIV/AIDS

  • Roe Vs Wade Research Paper

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    decision on the issue of abortion. The Supreme Court did not “invent” legal abortion, much less abortion itself, when they handed down their decision. Regardless of the decision, both legal and illegal abortion has always been an issue in the United States. In the mid 1800’s, the procedure was made illegal under most circumstances in most states. In the 1960’s, many states began reforming their very strict abortion laws, so when the Supreme Court made their decision, legal abortion was already available

  • Gwendolyn Brooks The Mother Essay

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    “the mother,” by Gwendolyn Brooks is a poem concerning abortion. Within this poem there is a consistent argument; does the speaker regret having an abortion or not. The poem does not choose one way or the other if it supports abortion or not. Brooks chose to write this poem to portray some of the emotions and thoughts that go through some “mother’s” heads when they terminate a pregnancy. For the speaker it seems to be especially difficult. She explains that yes, there are some things she is happy

  • Planned Parenthood Argumentative Analysis

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    “In 2008, the abortion rate for non-Hispanic White women was 12 abortions per 1000 reproductive-age women, compared with 29 per 1000 for Hispanic women, and 40 per 1000 for non-Hispanic Black women” (Dehlendorf, Harris, & Weitz, 2013). These statistics show that the rate of abortion may be affected by racial probability. Planned Parenthood offers many services to women and they are a large supporter of abortion; however, there is quite a bit of controversy surrounding this issue. Recently there

  • Poem Analysis: The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks

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    a mother dealing with her decision to get abortions multiple times. The subject of abortion will always be a difficult and grim issue to talk about. Brooks uses tone and the way the speaker speaks to get the reader to see all the emotion that goes through a women’s mind after the decision to get an abortion. Brooks in her first lines says, “Abortions will not let you forget” (#). This first sentence sets the tone for the whole poem. The line “Abortions will not let you forget” is a strong and powerful

  • Planned Parenthood Research Paper

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    population in the topics relating to birth control, family planning, and reproductive healthcare. Planned Parenthood has played a major role in the creation of various contraceptive methods and reproductive rights. Over the past few months, an anti-abortion group released a video about Planned Parenthood doctors discussing the selling of fetal body parts from fetuses that were aborted illegally. As a result, there's been discussion about the possibility that the federal government will defund Planned