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The Supreme Court has done the unimaginable, repealing the landmark Roe v. Wade decision and stripping Americans of a fundamental right: abortion access. On the latest season of Ordinary Equality, hosts Kate Kelly and Jamia Wilson ask: what now? What does resisting bans and seeking care look like in a world without federal protection of abortion access? How can we build community and support the most vulnerable? How are abortion providers in states where abortion was already severely restric ...
 
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As She Rises

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As She Rises

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As She Rises brings together poems from artists throughout the US and territories that depict the effects of climate change on their home and their people. Each episode carries the listener to a new place through a collection of voices, local recordings and soundscapes. Stories span from the Louisiana Bayou, to the silent tundras of Alaska to the receding coastlines of Puerto Rico. Centering native voices and women of color, As She Rises personalizes the elusive magnitude of climate change.
 
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Beyond Belief

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Beyond Belief

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From satanic feminists, dolphin communicators, to stigmatists—take a leap of faith with Jerico Mandybur on Beyond Belief as she teases out what it means to believe. Part enlightening conversation, part edu-tainment, hear how society’s “weirdos” believe, and discover they’re not so weird in the process. After all, we all want to believe in something.
 
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This is a special episode from the podcast City Cast Las Vegas that was originally released in October. The federal Equal Rights Amendment was a simple thing: An amendment to the Constitution to guarantee equal rights regardless of gender, for both men and women. But the bill languished in 1977 without enough state support... Until Nevada (yes, our…
 
Listen to The Accidental Activist wherever you get your podcasts. In this episode, Isha is joined by actress Busy Philipps. Busy got her start starring in the beloved teen dramas “Freaks and Geeks” and “Dawson’s Creek,” but she does a lot more than acting these days. In addition to growing her online following, Busy’s been a huge leader in the figh…
 
In 1961, Norma and Mel Gabler were a quiet couple living in Longview, Texas. One day, they noticed some factual errors in one of their sons’ textbooks. What began as a small complaint morphed into a multi-decade crusade to shape what children of Texas ​​— and therefore the country — read in their textbooks. In an election year with raging debates a…
 
In August, Kansas became the first state to vote on abortion protections since the fall of Roe v. Wade. And the opposition was fierce. But with a record-breaking turnout, Kansans voted to keep abortion access protected in the state constitution. This win was made possible thanks to grassroots organizers. Some of the loudest and most inspiring were …
 
In 1971, a French weekly magazine published the Manifesto of the 343 -- 343 women who publicly announced they'd had an abortion when the procedure was illegal. The next day, a satirical paper called them the 343 "bitches." Three years later, they paved the way for the first legalization of abortion in France's history. The key?Talking about abortio…
 
Protestors in Chile fought for a referendum on basic civil rights. And it worked. They achieved what the United States has avoided doing since its foundation: they rewrote the constitution. This new document faces ratification in a few days. And it could become the first constitution in the world to enshrine abortion rights as one of its founding p…
 
As abortion rights are downgraded from federally protected to locally enforced, a small group of people stand in the gap: District Attorneys. On today's episode, Kate and Jamia hear from Georgia's Dekalb County District Attorney Sherry Boston. DA Boston makes the case for why DAs can play an important role in the resistance, which is why she's vowe…
 
As we gear up for election season, it's safe to say that the abortion access is going to be top of mind. But what do refrains of "Vote! Vote for me!" mean, when it feels like no one is willing to go to bat for reproductive justice? This week, Jamia and Kate listen in as Ordinary Equality's executive producer, Jenny Kaplan chats with her connection …
 
When Roe fell, eyes turned to a quiet – and undeniable – giant in the conversation on abortion care: corporate America. In a post-Roe world, an employer can be the last line of defense for folks seeking an abortion. And their silence can speak volumes. For the next few episodes, we’re talking about the response to the overturn of Roe. This episode,…
 
In Texas, it's hard to get an abortion. But it's also hard to learn how to provide one. So hard that med students need to travel across state lines to get the training they need. What happens to a generation of doctors when their speciality becomes illegal?This week, Kate and Jamia meet Jasmine, a first-year medical resident who had to chart her ow…
 
In Louisiana, faith and politics are at a crucial intersection. It’s a state where being anti-choice is mainstream. And one legislator managed the impossible: He created a law so restrictive, even anti-abortion organizations turned against it. While politicians and providers are locked in a standoff, abortion care goes underground. In this episode,…
 
Well, here we are. We're on the other side of what we've been talking about for years. Roe v. Wade has been struck down, and for the first time in our lifetime, abortion is no longer protected. In our first episode, Kate and Jamia talk to folks who've been living, and working, and surviving, in a state where abortion access has been under fire for …
 
For the first time in our lifetimes, everyone will be living in a world without Roe v. Wade. But a lot has changed since 1973. So we’re here again, with another crucial season talking all about abortion today. We’re thinking of it as a survival guide. How to live – and resist – in a post-Roe world. Our sponsor, ActBlue, has tools to help you suppor…
 
Introducing Wonder Media Network’s first true crime show, I Was Never There. Thirty-four years ago, Marsha “Mudd” Ferber vanished without a trace from Morgantown, WV. Mother-daughter duo Karen and Jamie Zelermyer are going back to the land to figure out what the hell happened. Named a 2022 Tribeca Film Festival official selection for audio storytel…
 
Named a 2022 Tribeca Festival Official Selection for audio storytelling, Wonder Media Network is proud to introduce its first true crime podcast: I Was Never There. Thirty-four years ago, Marsha “Mudd” Ferber vanished without a trace from Morgantown, West Virginia. Mother-daughter duo Karen and Jamie Zelermyer are going back to the land to figure o…
 
Listen to The Accidental Activist wherever you get your podcasts. Alyssa Milano has been on our screens for decades. But she’s also been on the front lines championing the issues she believes in for just as long. Her roles on Who's the Boss?, Melrose Place, and Charmed are as iconic as her activism. While most of us choose one cause, Alyssa has ded…
 
For this episode of the Ordinary Equality x Womanica crossover season, we're going back to the heat of the suffrage movement to learn about one of the Equal Rights Amendment's creators and lifelong advocates. A lawyer, writer and activist, she was known by some as "the most dangerous woman in the world." Join host Kate Kelly and Dr. Amy Aronson, au…
 
For our first episode of the Ordinary Equality x Womanica crossover season, we’re going way back—more than 100 years before the Equal Rights Amendment even existed—to learn about one of the most important figures of the Revolutionary War. She was an indigenous political leader whose absence from this country’s framing documents set the stage for th…
 
On Ordinary Equality, we’ve talked about abortion rights crusaders and women’s rights activists – people putting everything on the line to make our society more just. We're so excited to continue that work on a brand new season, this time, in collaboration with Womanica, another podcast from Wonder Media Network. Host Kate Kelly has a new book out—…
 
One of the most historic cases in the fight for reproductive justice was founded on the “penumbra” of cases that came before it--and it’s still one of the cornerstones of abortion law today. Follow us on Twitter at @OrdEquality for everything you need to know about the ERA and the latest abortion laws as we watch history in the making. Kate Kelly o…
 
How do we dismantle the anti-choice movement? We’re talking through what needs to change on our side, and how we can unify our message towards the anti-abortion crowd. Strap in, folks-- it’s the grand finale. Follow us on Twitter at @OrdEquality for everything you need to know about the ERA and the latest abortion laws as we watch history in the ma…
 
Reproductive Justice. Not reproductive access, not reproductive rights. Today, hosts Kate Kelly and Jamia Wilson sort through the web of social issues and systemic oppression that have affected the abortion conversation. Here are some more Reproductive Justice resources: Moms Rising The Educated Birth BIPOC Experience Black Mamas Matter Alliance Ev…
 
Abortion access hasn’t always been a moral issue-- so how did we get to the partisan divide we see today? Jamia and Kate lay out the strategies of Christian nationalism, racism, and sexism that united southern white voters in the anti-choice movement. We want to hear from you! If you have an abortion story you want to share, leave us a message at: …
 
This week, we're taking a break to share some abortion stories from listeners and previous guests. We want to hear from you! If you have an abortion story you want to share, leave us a message at: (516) 636-3012. Follow us on Twitter at @OrdEquality for everything you need to know about the ERA and the latest abortion laws as we watch history in th…
 
How did people access abortion pre-Roe? Kate and Jamia talk about some of the clandestine organizations that helped bridge the gap. We want to hear from you! If you have an abortion story you want to share, leave us a message at: (516) 636-3012. Follow us on Twitter at @OrdEquality for everything you need to know about the ERA and the latest aborti…
 
“While the arguments are typically framed in a way that pits religion against science, faith and abortion access have a complicated and diverse relationship.” We want to hear from you! If you have an abortion story you want to share, leave us a message at: (516) 636-3012. Follow us on Twitter at @OrdEquality for everything you need to know about th…
 
“The legacy of the transatlantic slave trade, and the domestic slave breeding industry has never left us. It’s at the foundation of a system that continues to oppress and constrict female bodies. Particularly Black bodies.” We want to hear from you! If you have an abortion story you want to share, leave us a message at: (516) 636-3012. Follow us on…
 
Believe it or not, abortion used to be just another part of life all around the world. The United States was no different, until a dastardly campaign spearheaded by male doctors and one obsessive postal inspector. We want to hear from you! If you have an abortion story you want to share, leave us a message at: (516) 636-3012. Follow us on Twitter a…
 
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