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WHY IS THE ACLU AGAINST CIVIL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS? Since the advent of Title IX in the 1970s, it was assumed that girls’ public-school sports would involve only female athletes, ensuring fair competition and opportunities for our students. This Spring, Idaho became the first state to enshrine this into law through House Bill 500, which protects girls’ sports by keeping them sex-segregated. Join the Women’s Liberation Front, WoLF, for a live and lively discussion in A LIVE WEBINAR THURSDAY, MAY 28, AT 4 p.m., featuring Barbara Ehardt, R-Idaho Falls, author of House Bill 500; Olympic cyclist Inga Thompson; Women’s Liberation Front board member Jennifer Chavez; and Moscow resident and radical feminist Keely Emerine-Mix. Kara Dansky of WoLF will moderate Information and access to the Live Webinar can be found on the Women’s Liberation Front Facebook page. Registration is $10, and audience questions will be included. Join us online THIS Thursday, May 28, at 4 p.m. Paid for by Keely Emerine-Mix
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