Who Is Saide Kuhns from Our Rights DC Organizer?

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Sadie Kuhns is a social activist who has fought for the rights of people, especially girls, who have been hurt and whose voices have not been heard.

Everyone has busy lives and Sadie has been through some tough things too. But she had the courage to overcome her problems and fight again. Now she helps other people who are in the same situation as her.

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But we don’t know enough about her family and how she grew up. She hid all her old memories behind a curtain. So there is no way to find out anything about her family and people.

Saide Kuhns from Our Rights DC Organizer

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Saide Kuhns from Our Rights DC Organizer

Protests outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices

Kuhns is the coordinator of Our Rights DC, which was started by protesters in May and has organized more than 30 rallies outside the homes of conservative judges.

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A draft of the decision was released in early May and people rallied outside the judges’ homes to speak out against it. The draft proved that the Conservative majority of the court had the power to rule Roe v. to overthrow Wade, which gave women the right to abortions under the Constitution.

After 50 years of work to get abortion rights into the US Constitution, the country’s highest court decided to look back on its landmark 1973 decision. It’s a name that will likely go down in history, and Americans are both happy and angry about it.

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More updates on Saide Kuhn’s protest

In the crowd of protesters, Sadie Kuhns was seen holding a sign that read ‘Our rights are not up for debate’. During the mass protest, she faced many people who were against abortion. “People just want to say how upset and angry they are that Roe v. Wade was overthrown,” she said.

Herndon-De La Rosa, who is also an abortion advocate, said she understands the “sheer fear” people are feeling right now because she got pregnant at 16 and didn’t want it.

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People from coast to coast protested the Roe v Wade decision, and now people who support abortion rights are protesting outside the homes of Supreme Court justices. Protesters outside Judge Samuel Alito’s home marched up and down the street, passing by Alito’s home many times.

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