From Argentina to Mexico to Colombia to DC: How green became the color of abortion rights

“Abortion was talked about everywhere, at home, in the neighborhood, in the bakery,” Alanis said. That year, she said, the country ran out of green stuff. “Women had to cross the border into Bolivia to get the stuff,” she said. Meanwhile, anti-abortion activists began wearing blue scarves.

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Dustin Huang

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