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Thursday, March 11, 2004

Operation Outcry/Silent No More (not to be confused with the Silent No More Awareness Campaign) is asking women who have had abortions to contact legislators in South Dakota.

Caron Strong, the California state leader of Silent No More/Operation Outcry, is asking post-abortive women to write to legislators in South Dakota, or even to travel to Pierre, South Dakota, on March 14-15, to "hold signs that describe how abortion specifically hurt you". This event will be held at the Capitol Building in Pierre from 7:00 AM until 10:00 AM on March 14. Women will line the steps of the building as the legislators come in for the day.

Women who are interested can contact Caron by email.

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