Abortion -- Law and legislation
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract File includes brochures, informational material, etc. about NCJW, plans for social change, and health care reform. Many of the items are about abortion access and women's healthcare.
Abstract Foreign Focus Created by International House. Newcomer Victory – Election Reactions Varied. HUAC Charges Mobilization Inspired by Communists to Subvert U.S. Policy. DU’s Chaplain, Others – Many Favor Revised Abortion Laws.
Dates: 1967 April 11
Abstract Dr. Barbato Condemns Abortion Legislation. Henry Steele Commager – Historian Comments on Universities. NSA Sponsored – Conference Examines Stress. Mortimer Adler to Talk Tonight. Ten AUSA Offices Open; Applications Still Accepted.
Dates: 1967 April 18
Abstract Greek Week to be Oct. 30-Nov. 4. Comedian lectures on Negro violence. Abortion statistics indicate rising rate. Gregory diagnoses nation’s maladies. Freshman, Senior elections today.
Dates: 1967 October 17
Abstract Buckley raps on abortion, Agnew and Vietnam at Regis speech. Campus unites with nation in E-Day observances scheduled this week. SAC probes review plans for “Principles”.
Dates: 1970 April 20
Abstract Victorious kickers may capture title. Chaplain holds abortion seminars; series meets community opposition. Multi-media show, Bond and Luce present minority problems Monday.
Dates: 1970 November 6
Abstract Clergy Counseling Service offers abortion assistance. ACLU files motions on behalf of “Arrow”. Guys and Dolls, Dorothy Nelson highlight AWS Women’s Days. Adler speaks tonight.
Dates: 1971 January 13
Abstract Abortion focus of Open Clinic seminar. Staff discounts unfair: Davis. Students to support UFW. Recipient of Evans Award Lowell Thomas, to be honored at Founders Day. Denver Boone.
Dates: 1974 February 22