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The Protests at the Supreme Court

Republicans are plotting to criminalize women and doctors. We in D.C. are taking it to the streets.

SCOTUS Roe v. Wade Decision Protest, Washington DC. 3 May 2022 | Photo Credit: Johnny Silvercloud

Roe v. Wade Protests, May 2022

“Hello, my name is Afeni I’m a core organizer with Freedom Fighters DC first and foremost, I’m also the field director for the Mikaela Woods campaign. And I’m really…




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Johnny Silvercloud

Johnny Silvercloud

The analytical street photographer who exists to fight against racism, sexism, and fascism. U.S. Army vet. Writer. Speaker. Twitter: @johnnysilverclo

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