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Anti-abortion display ignores larger injustices in the world


The Justice for All anti-abortion exhibit was extremely upsetting to me, and not because of the graphic photos of fetuses.
The name of the organization is a farce. I see no grotesque photographs of the millions of starving and diseased people in Africa or of the maimed and poorly compensated factory workers around the world who produced the clothes that most of us are taking for granted as we wear them around campus today.
A group with a name like “Justice for All” needs to be representative of something more than the typical political controversies within the United States that presidential candidates discuss every four years. It should force us to see the suffering of those to whom we, as a nation, have turned a blind eye because they are not in line with political and economic ambitions and, instead of simply arguing, take action.

Sarah Minor
UNM student

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