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Merle Hoffman, CEO of Choices in Queens NY was the keynote speaker at the Abortion Care Network conference, Standing Together: Our Passion is Our Power, May 20, 2012. She spoke to a crowd of abortion providers and their allies calling them "warrior healers who are practicing medicine in a war zone."


"Business, Money and Power"
On The Issues Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Merle Hoffman talks about "Business, Money and Power." Check out more about her memoir, Intimate Wars: http://intimatewars.com



The book trailer for On The Issues Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Merle Hoffman's memoir,
"Intimate Wars."


"40 Years of Choices by Merle Hoffman"
On The Issues Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Merle Hoffman talks about "40 Years of Choices." Check out more about her memoir, Intimate Wars: http://intimatewars.com


"The Nature of Choice"
On The Issues Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Merle Hoffman talks about The Nature of Choice. Check out more about her memoir, Intimate Wars: http://intimatewars.com/


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25 Years of Choices: Ferminism from
the Ground Up.

Merle Hoffman speaks at Women's Equality Day Tribute to Betty Friedan, Feminists Moving Forward, Our Past is Our Future, August 2006, NYC

Abortion: A Different Light

 

Sallie Bingham Center 15th AnniversaryThe 15th Anniversary Celebration program, held Thursday, October 30, 2003, featured remarks by Laura Micham, director of the Bingham Center; Sallie Bingham, author and feminist activist; Anne Firor Scott, W. K. Boyd Professor of History Emerita; Jean Fox O'Barr, founding director of the Duke University Women's Studies Program; and Ginny Daley, Duke's first women's history archivist.

The Keynote speech was delivered by Merle Hoffman.

Merle Hoffman, founder and director of Choices Women's Medical Center, New York City: Aborting Dialogue: Reclaiming Reality from Rhetoric, introduced by Dean Katharine Bartlett, Duke Law School. Welcoming remarks by David Ferriero, Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian and Vice Provost for Library Affairs (Friday, October 31, 2003)

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Wednesday, June 3, 2009 - YOUR CALL - KALW Public Radio

How do we support access to abortion services?

What can be done to support access to abortion services? On the next Your Call we'll talk about guaranteeing the legacy of Dr. George Tiller, assassinated in his church for providing abortions to women who wanted them. Eight abortion providers have been killed in the last thirty years and 87 percent of U.S. counties have no abortion provider. What is it like to provide women with constitutionally protected health care? What help do providers need? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you.

Guests:
Gloria Feldt, Former national president and CEO of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America; Michelle Goldberg, Author of The Means Of Reproduction: Sex, Power, And The Future Of The World; Jennifer Baumgardner, Author of Abortion And Life; Merle Hoffman, Director of CHOICES Women's Medical Center on Long Island; Megan J. Peterson, Deputy director of the National Network of Abortion Funds

Click to Listen (audio only): How do we support access to abortion services?

 

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INTIMATE WARS

The Life and Times of the Woman Who Brought Abortion from the Back Alley to the Board Room
by Merle Hoffman

AVAILABLE NOW at amazon.com

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