Roe v. Wade marks 50 years. What’s next for reproductive rights?


What does the future hold for reproductive rights in the United States, and how will conversations about abortion access change in a post-Roe world?

Restore checks in with a journalist and abortion advocate on what’s happening on the ground and with scholars on how history can inform us about what’s next in the legal and ethics battle.

GUESTS: Shefali Luthra, gender and health care reporter for 19

Alicia Hurtado, communications and advocacy manager for the Chicago Abortion Fund

Katie Watson, Northwestern University bioethicist, author of Scarlet A

Johanna Schön, history professor at Rutgers University, author of Abortion after Roe


What do you think?

Written by Natalia Chi

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