Reproductive justice advocates are concerned about the disproportionate impact those laws will have on Black and Brown communities if Roe is overturned.
NPR’s Sandhya Dirks spoke to some advocates about how women of color are situated in this abortion access debate. And NPR’s Selena Simmons-Duffin explains how restricting abortion access means restricting health care for people across all demographic backgrounds.
You can also hear more from Dr. Diana Green Foster, who spoke to NPR’s science podcast Shortwave, which examined what happened when people had access to abortion and what happened when they were denied.
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