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Designed by students at the Gender Institute for Teaching and Advocacy at Metropolitan State University, Denver and constructed by participants in the Vermont Works for Women Trailblazers program, this hole examines the ways in which geography informs access to reproductive health care. We hope you live in a state with legal abortion, in a neighborhood that hasn’t been deemed “hazardous,” and can steer clear of mobile crisis pregnancy centers. We wish you luck as you face the Plinko board, crochet sand pits, medical obstacles, and state agents! 

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