Protests Over Abortion Law In Poland Continue

Washington Post: Women’s rights groups, Polish nationalists face off as churches become flash points in protests over abortion law
“Tens of thousands of demonstrators converged Friday on central Warsaw as a near-total ban on abortion triggered some of the largest street protests since the fall of communism, drawing ire from far-right nationalist groups who mobilized to counter them. The protests, now in their ninth day, drew crowds despite spiking coronavirus cases, as Poles angered by the ruling last Thursday and the perceived creeping autocracy under Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party took to the streets…” (Chapman/Morris, 10/30).

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