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Jodie Sweetin vows to continue fighting for civil liberties after being thrown to the ground by LAPD police officers during a protest of the right to abortion. I have.
The 40-year-old "Full House" actress was seen in a video taken by photographer Michael Ade. This photo was shared on social media and she was pushed into the riot police on Saturday when the riot police were trying to lead a group of peaceful protesters. Away from the highway.
"I exercise the rights of the First Amendment (on Saturday) and our Supreme Court"Sweetin on SundayI told Entertainment Tonight.
"Our activities continue until we hear our voices and take action. This does not discourage us, we fight for our rights. Continue. We are not free until we are all free. "
After being thrown a few feet, the actress stood up a few seconds later to protest one's right to a safe abortion. Continued – after the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Photographer Ade said on social media: Are you guys doing it?
"Jody is a real definition and fortunately she's okay! But for others who chose to protest today, act cautiously and keep turning their heads. Please. It will be a very long summer. #Roevwade #abortionrights #losangeles. "
Sweetin speaks with Billy Irish, Olivia Rodrigo, Rizzo and former First Lady Michelle Obama about the right to abortion. And the latest celebrity to protest.
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