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    I made this for one of the Socialist Party publications, Socialist Women, to go with an article about a comrade's struggle with the U.S. healthcare system.

    More on the SP's campaign for socialized health care:

    More on "Socialist Women", the publication this appeared

    M0rph3u, dgray_xplane, nathtl, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. M0rph3u 90 months ago | reply

      Your drawing exhales a lot of world hope.
      It's beautiful!

    2. The Cassandra Project 90 months ago | reply

      this is great. i love this and the other ones you've posted.

    3. arimoore 90 months ago | reply

      thanks so much! M0rph3u, i do have a lot of hope. glad that came through. :)

    4. Socialist Feminist [deleted] 90 months ago | reply

      It is such a lovely and meaningful picture. So much needed

    5. nathtl 90 months ago | reply

      Beautiful draw and idea
      i'm for more socialist women all over the world

    6. lisasbohannan 77 months ago | reply

      What a fabulous drawing! I'd like to use your drawing for the women's center where I work, in Eugene, Oregon. I am setting up meetings where folks can meet with people working in health care jobs and learn about what it's like to have careers in health care. Would that be ok with you?

    7. arimoore 77 months ago | reply

      wow, cool, thanks for asking - i'm assuming the women's center is progressive / feminist? i'm sure it is, just checking. :)

    8. Liz Henry 77 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! I used it in this post on Argentinian feminist socialists - many of them were graduates from medical school in the early 1900s.

    9. arimoore 77 months ago | reply

      Liz, thank you so much for using it, and for letting me know! Looks like you've got a great blog. I'll blog about your blog post and link to it, it'll be a blog party. :)

    10. arimoore 77 months ago | reply

      Just blogged you here - thanks again, Liz, love your blog post.

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