Pro-Voice Blog

  • posted July 3, 2012 by Renee Bracey Sherman

    For me, talking about it is part of my healing and they have said it feels good to find someone else in the world with a similar experience.

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  • posted June 6, 2012 by Jocelyn Yin

    Executive Director Aspen Baker awarded Gerbode Professional Development Fellowship

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  • posted April 30, 2012 by An Interview with Exhale volunteer, Darcy Baxter

    An interview with Darcy Baxter, a Unitarian Universalist minister who counsels women on abortion and other reproductive justice issues.

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  • posted April 4, 2012 by An Exhale Volunteer

     

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  • posted February 10, 2012 by Exhale Staff

    There was just one volunteer on-call the night Exhale received our very first talkline call. A decade later, eight volunteers are required to cover the same shift. Volunteers share what it's like to take a call.

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  • posted January 19, 2012 by Silverwing

    On the night of the Winter Solstice this year, between fifty and sixty people gathered to honor their ‘spirit babies,’ those who had been lost due to a miscarriage, abortion and stillbirth. It was standing room only.

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  • posted December 19, 2011 by Shihan Qin

    I am an international student from China at Lincoln University in Oakland who is striving to become a psychotherapist.  In order to get some real life experience about counseling and enrich my understanding of people, I came to Exhale to become a talkline counselor.  I was at

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  • What is a 21st Century Board
    posted October 24, 2011 by Aspen Baker

    Exhale board chair Kristin Rothballer was recently on a panel about "What is a 21st-Century Board?" for the Foundation Center.

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  • posted September 22, 2011 by Renee Bracey Sherman

    I felt that if I told my story, I would be wearing the scarlet ‘A’ forever. After talking to many of my friends, family members and co-workers, I found out that almost everyone has an experience with abortion...it is not uncommon.

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  • posted September 5, 2011 by Aspen Baker

    Neuroscientists at M.I.T have been taking image scans of people’s brains to find out more about the empathy of people who are in conflict with one another. “Can neuroscience help people overcome their longstanding hostilities?”

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