The US Goes ‘Bonkers’ at the UN Women’s Conference

Koki Muli Grignon, a Kenyan diplomat, center, who managed the negotiations on the final document summarizing the annual UN meeting on women’s rights, told delegates that she had been sent nearly 1,000 text messages attacking her because of her work leading the debate. UN WEB TV
Anti-abortion organizations and individuals pushed their agenda more aggressively this year at the UN’s women’s right conference, such as the bus circling the UN neighborhood in Manhattan, above.

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