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Our Bodies, Our Lives

This was an event at the Unitarian Church in Dallas, Texas in January 2018. It featured Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter with opening remarks that reminded us of the role of his church in the reproductive rights of women, a keynote speech by the inimitable Dr. Willie Parker that addressed the moral argument for choice as his Life's Work and a celebration of the Clergy Consultation Service and specifically the members of the original pre-Roe v Wade network of clergy who were able to attend this special event including the Rev. Dr. William Kent Kirby, President of the Missouri Chapter of the CCS from 1970 - 1973. 

Six members of the CCS were honored that night.

Six members of the CCS were honored that night.

In the hall outside of the event.

In the fellowship hall outside the event, Planned Parenthood and hundreds of other Reproductive Rights advocates gathered with informational pamphlets and discussed the state of Texas, the #metoo - ness of it all and distinctly not POTUS45.

CCS entire event video

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Dr Willie Parkers speech and the honorees

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This is an uncut version of the speeches at the event. Security was tight and so it illuminates the events that took place on the stage.

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#metoo, #theyknew and #timesup led everyone in our business to wear black dresses to the Golden Globes and bring activist instead of partners as their dates. So many people have waited so long to feel as if men have listened AND heard the voices around them but what we know is that it has been a long time coming and there is a lot to say emotionally about our behavior, politically and medically about the human being around us. Keep Thematics in your list of voices screaming out about this issue.