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Staff Writers Hattie Engelke and Ava Schwabecher attended an inspiring and informative conversation on abortion rights and reproductive justice featuring activist Byllye Avery.

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On Wednesday, December 14th, the Reproductive Justice Collective held a rally in Riverside Park in support of providing students with access to medicated abortions across New York college campuses.

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On Thursday morning, Barnard College VPs Marina Catallozzi and Leslie Grinage announced that on-campus providers would be trained to provide medication abortions by Fall 2022.

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Senior Staff Writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz sat down with the leaders and members of Barnard’s Reproductive Justice Collective to talk about their current initiatives, abortion rights issues on-campus, and their work with the city.

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