Roe v. Wade: what this means for Black women and marginalized communities

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Published Jun 24, 2022, 2:26 PM

The Supreme Court has officially overturned Roe v. Wade. What does that mean for Black women and marginalized communities? On this episode of Beyond Black History Month, we’re joined by Beulah Osueke, the deputy director at New Voice for Reproductive Justice, who breaks down how reproductive rights and racial justice are connected. We also hear from Dr. Jennifer Lincoln, a Portland-based OB-GYN, who unpacks what this ruling means for the country.

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