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Threats to the Women’s Rights Movement: a conversation with Ann Olivarius (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Threats to the Women’s Rights Movement: a conversation with Ann Olivarius
5pm Weds 29 June | Ann Olivarius | Registration Required | Free online public event at LSE

Dr. Ann Olivarius joined Dr. Grace Lordan of the London School of Economics to discuss threats facing the Women’s Rights Movement, from the workplace to the political agenda, and why US abortion rights are under attack at this specific point in history.

Watch the full discussion below.

Threats to the Women's Rights Movement: a conversation with Ann Olivarius | LSE Online EventThreats to the Women’s Rights Movement: a conversation with Ann Olivarius | LSE Online Event

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