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Lindsay Rosenthal

Center for American Progress

Lindsay Rosenthal is the Special Assistant for Women’s Health and Rights and Health Policy at the Center for American Progress. In 2010, Lindsay earned her master’s degree from the University of Chicago, where she studied the relationship between adolescent parenting among youth in foster care and multigenerational involvement in the child welfare system. Her studies were informed by her direct-service experience as a home visitor and child advocate with the Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program. She also served as a White House intern in the Domestic Policy Council. Originally from Miami, Lindsay received her B.A. in English literature and Women’s Studies from Florida International University.


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Lindsay Rosenthal
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Commentary Abortion

One in Three: Silenced Stories of Survivors of Sexual Assault and Women Who Have Abortions

This year marks the 15th Anniversary of V-day and the 40th Anniversary of Roe V. Wade. So I thought it would be appropriate to draw a connection between the silenced stories of the 1 in 3 women worldwide who have experienced physical and sexual violence and the silenced stories of 1 in 3 women in the United States who will have an abortion in their lifetime.

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