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  1. Almost half a century after Roe v. Wade, abortion rights still under attack

    By Aislinn Canarr and Andrea Irwin, Special to the Bangor Daily News • January 18, 2018 Monday marks the 45th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in the U.S., a historic moment for women’s advancement. Despite nearly a half century of legal precedent protecting and even expanding a woman’s… read more…

  2. The Belly Project

    By Aislinn Canarr, Mabel Wadsworth Center board member Twelve bellies.  Each one is different.  Each one is beautiful.  Each tells its own reproductive story. Most of us have a complex relationship with our body.  I can say I love my belly, yet still suck it in when I stand sideways in front of a mirror. … read more…

  3. World AIDS Day: December 1st

      This is the final post from our fall intern Meghan Frisard, University of Maine student.  World AIDS Day happens annually on December 1st. It is an opportunity for people from around the world to show support for those living with HIV/AIDS and to raise money and awareness about this disease.  Since 1984 when the… read more…

  4. Transgender Day of Remembrance

    At Mabel Wadsworth Center, our interns are responsible for updating the bulletin board in our waiting room once a month. Past topics have included healthy relationships, safer sex, abortion stories and more. In case you haven’t had the chance to visit us during November, you can read about our bulletin board here.  This post is… read more…

  5. Get Out The Vote: Yes on Question 2

    At Mabel Wadsworth Center, our interns are responsible for updating the bulletin board in our waiting room once a month. Past topics have included healthy relationships, safer sex, abortion stories and more. In case you didn’t have the chance to visit us during the month of October, we’ve decided to put the bulletin board online… read more…

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