The Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has raised many questions on the future of abortion rights in the United States. With search histories and health apps possibly used for tracking, how can data be protected and kept private? Will the health-care outcomes of African-American women, already three times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause than white women, worsen?
In this month’s episode of Equal Time, FNEI teamed up with award-winning journalist Mary C. Curtis to shed some light on life in a post-Roe world. The conversation featured Amie Stepanovich, who was recently interviewed in FNEI’s Responding to Roe v. Wade series and is Vice President for U.S. Policy at the Future of Privacy Forum, and Kwajelyn Jackson, Executive Director at Feminist Women’s Health Center, an independent, non-profit, multi-generational, multi-racial reproductive health, rights, and justice organization.
Listen to the full episode below: