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Secular AZ Legal Director and perennial women’s rights activist Dianne Post (above) is one of the subjects captured by artist Suzanne Whitaker in a new exhibition that examines the role of women in shaping our country. Dianne is featured alongside such heroes as Abigail Adams, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, and Gabby Giffords at the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine in downtown Phoenix until August 31.
Governor Ducey just signed three bills violating constitutional principles: SB1164, banning abortion after 15 weeks; SB1165, prohibiting trans girls from sports; and SB1138, restricting gender transitions.
Prejudicing marginalized communities and perverting scientific findings to accord with religious beliefs is dangerous to the security of Arizona. Find out why state Republicans made the wrong call with these bills in an op-ed by Secular AZ board member Sami Al-Asady.