March for Life -- Here's why I (still) march

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Before he was Dr. Seuss, he was Theodore Geisel, penning cartoons to support America in the struggle against fascism in World War II. But Geisel’s work went beyond mere patriotism. At a time when Japanese Americans were demonied, stripped of their freedom, and marched off to internment camps, Geisel depicted them, in popular cartoon strips, as less than human.

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