The CHA endorses the Joint OAH-AHA Statement on the Dobbs v. Jackson Decision

Published on July 7, 2022

The governing Council of the Canadian Historical Association has endorsed the Joint Statement issued this week by the American Historical Association and the Organization of American Historians on the US Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs v. Jackson Decision ( https://www.oah.org/insights/posts/2022/july/joint-oah-aha-statement-on-the-dobbs-v-jackson-decision/ ). 

The CHA encourages you to read the excellent statement, which speaks to the importance of respecting historical expertise when courts interpret “history” in making their decisions.  

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