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Is video art as a form obsolete?

The term ‘minimalism’ is a trend from early 19th century and gradually became an important movement in response to the over decorated design of the previous period. Minimalist architecture became popular in the late 1980s in London and New York.

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24 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Art, Design 4 comments

Controversial Anonymous Docs

The term ‘minimalism’ is a trend from early 19th century and gradually became an important movement in response to the over decorated design of the previous period. Minimalist architecture became popular in the late 1980s in London and New York.

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24 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Art, Design 2 comments

AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest Notes that the Abortion Industry Now Attempts “to impose through coercion what they could not win through choice”

At AUL Legal Symposium, Experts Weigh in on the Future of Roe in America WASHINGTON, D.C. (1/24/13) – At a prestigious legal symposium at the National Press Club sponsored by Americans United for Life, AUL President and CEO Dr. Charmaine Yoest addressed media, lawmakers and…

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24 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, Media Alerts no comments

Denver Post on Pregnancy Centers

AUL Vice President of External Affairs Jeanneane Maxon is interviiewed by the Denver Post: On this 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade and legalization of abortion, the opposition’s front line is arguably not at the ballot box, in the halls of Congress or state legislatures…

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23 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, In the News no comments

40 Years Later

Today we remember forty years since Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision responsible for the death of over 50 million Americans who were never able to take their first breath.  Now forty years later, we peer down the corridors of history, and seeing the…

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22 Jan 2013 Posted by Charmaine Yoest in Blog no comments
 
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