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Best Reproductive Justice podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Reproductive Justice podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Each week, political commentator and comedy writer Erin Ryan is joined by a bicoastal squad of funny, opinionated women to talk through everything from reproductive rights to romcoms. They break down the political news of the week, plus the topics, trends, and cultural stories that affect women’s lives. New episodes drop every Thursday.
 
Join us for a deep-dive into reproductive health, rights, and justice issues like abortion, birth control, sex education, women’s rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and more. New episodes debut every other Tuesday, giving you an insider’s perspective on what is happening and what you can do to fight back.
 
Katie Breen interviews feminist activists, researchers, and advocates working to make women's issues...well, non-issues. Katie explores issues of reproductive rights, pay equity, abortion, birth control, sex ed, paid family leave, breastfeeding, periods, reproductive healthcare, domestic violence, sexual assault, and LGBTQ issues - examining topics through the lens of intersectional feminism and reproductive justice.
 
Boom! Lawyered is friendly and entertaining legal analysis for anyone passionate about reproductive justice. Join Rewire.News legal experts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy as they explore the important issues coming up in the courts, how the legal system works, and what the case outcomes will mean for all of us. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
NATAL is a podcast docuseries about having a baby while Black in the United States. We pass the mic to Black parents, to tell their stories in their own words, about their pregnancy, birthing, and postpartum care, in their own words. The docuseries also highlights the birthworkers, medical professionals, researchers, and advocates fighting daily for better care for Black birthing parents. Visit www.natalstories.com for bonus content, our community blog, and resource hub. Follow @natalstories ...
 
On Juicy Bits, we take a look at all things sex: how we're doing it, why we do what we do in bed, and the politics of reproductive justice. It's a messy, sticky landscape and we approach it with a nonjudgemental, enthusiastic attitude. Buckle in for a juicy and delectable ride down sex highway. Wear a condom.
 
Myra Jean Myers is an advocate for the life of women, men and Children, having experienced the deception by the lies of the abortion industry and the wrong ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court January 22, 1973 in Roe vs. Wade. For 43 years now and for Eternity Myra Jean Myers is forgiven in Christ and set-free to reach out to women and men wounded by the deception, destruction and devastation of abortion. Myra's story – "ABORTION HURTS EVERYONE" is available on her You Tube Channel – myoomy1 The ...
 
We're launching the Interchangeable White Ladies podcast a show where we discuss education, culture, and local activism. We’re teachers so we have an essential question--How can white women use their privilege to deconstruct white culture, confront their own biases, be better allies, and be less basic? Listen to the Interchangeable White Ladies podcast to learn about all that and more!
 
Young people are not just the "future" of leadership but rather are the present creators of movements, ideas, and communities that change the world. On The Dining Hall Digest, we want to highlight these young people who push us to think about the challenging questions of today and imagine a new, more free world tomorrow. Each episode, we talk to a different young person who is making this world a more just, equitable, and loving place.
 
Naming It features Bay Area Psychologists, Dr. Bedford Palmer & Dr. LaMisha Hill, who explore the intersections of Social Justice, Psychology, & Blackness. They introduce aspects of counseling psychology that are not commonly thought of, and engage listeners in a conversation about pop-culture and current events in a way that delves deeper, and focuses on how it all impacts on our lives. The Mission of Naming It is to call out the elephant in the room, and to call in the voices of social jus ...
 
On White Ribbon Alliance's Brave Voices, Bold Actions podcast, we’ll take a close look, episode by episode, at the ten basic universal human rights that all women and newborns are due in pregnancy and childbirth. This podcast will give you what you need to understand what women’s and newborn’s rights in childbirth are, and how to advocate successfully for those rights, wherever you are.
 
Ask a Feminist, a podcast from Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (http://signsjournal.org), features interviews with leading feminist thinkers on feminist issues raised by some aspect of current political life or social justice issue. This allows Signs to create an ongoing conversation between and among feminist scholars, media activists, and community leaders, enhancing the journal’s role as a transitive space, percolating in and between the space of intellectual production and ...
 
The Seven on Seven Podcast is a show like no other. In our seven-show seasons, we'll take you through the ins-and-outs of topics you care about. From environmental racism to voter rights to inner-city education, we're taking the time to go deep and get things right. Each show we'll have experts, polls, listener feedback and a real conversation, and each season we'll have plenty of fun interactive ways to get involved. Take a listen!Podcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create
 
This way of life is a war against our bodies. The air polluting our lungs, our breast milk filled with toxins, and our mental angst driving us to suicide. Proposed health cuts increase our general precarity in relation to a failing health system, a health system that fundamentally furthers our objectification and dependency on capital. Therefore the steps we make to gain and share skills and develop subterranean practices of care can return some of the agency we’ve lost to the professionaliz ...
 
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Support Channel 253 by subscribing EQ: What role can doulas play in promoting racial justice in reproductive healthcare? Guest: Vanessa Bussell is the owner of Butterfly Birth. “She is a Student-Midwife, Doula, Community Health Worker, Health Minister, HypnoBirthing® Childbirth Educator and breastfeeding peer counselor in Tacoma,WA. Vanessa mainly …
 
Around the world, people often pit reproductive rights against religious freedom, but the reality is far more complicated. This episode, we welcome Natasha Reifenberg to the podcast to discuss her research on abortion rights in El Salvador and the complex history of abortion in the United States. We also talk about how intersectionality informs rep…
 
In The Movement for Reproductive Justice: Empowering Women of Color through Social Activism (NYU Press, 2020), Pat Zavella shows how reproductive justice organizations' collaborative work across racial lines provides a compelling model for other groups to successfully influence change. In the context of the war on women's reproductive rights and it…
 
This week Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco react to Kamala Harris’ nomination for Vice President, from the historic nature of the ticket to the surprising news that she’s 5’2. Then, Grace Parra and Dana Schwartz join to discuss conspiracy theories, and why believers are such a crucial part to the Republican voting block. Then, why Joan of Arc isn’…
 
We’re coming up on the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment which was ratified on August 18th, 1920 and then certified eight days later. The 19th Amendment inked women’s suffrage into American history, a culminating moment in an effort to win political power. But the ordained heroes of women’s suffrage – like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Ant…
 
This week we are joined once again by the inspiring LP Watts! She's a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and psychological researcher with a professional focus on emotional intelligence and sex education. In part two, we talk about practical and new ways to talk about sex with your kids, non-violent communication - and what it's like to have these con…
 
In today’s episode we sit down with Dr. Stephanie Burgos, an Emergency Medicine physician with a passion for eastern medicine. We can't speak for everyone, but we think it's safe to say people are now afraid to go to hospitals, much less visit the emergency rooms because of the C-word (COVID-19). Physicians like Dr. Stephanie are amongst the frontl…
 
Reproductive health and rights and the health and rights of transgender individuals are issues that are both rooted in bodily autonomy and are both under attack. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, conservative lawmakers have been going out of their way to continue attacks on transgender and reproductive health and rights. Jessica Mason Pieklo, Seni…
 
What happens when a new group of migrants enters not just the social and economic life of a city, but also its religious institutions? Deborah E. Kanter, the John S. Ludington Endowed Professor of History at Albion College, takes us through the dramatic demographic transformation of Chicago through the eyes of Catholic parishes and Mexican churchgo…
 
“As you wish.” “Inconceivable!” “My Name is Inigo Montoya.” And the list goes on. One of the most quotable movies of all time, this week “The Princess Bride” gets the MEANING IN MOVIES treatment. Join in as Pastor Colby extrapolates all sorts of interesting and personal nuggets of inspiration and meaning from the beloved cult classic. Watch the mes…
 
In Deportes: The Making of a Sporting Mexican Diaspora (Rutgers University Press, 2020), Professor José Alamillo, a specialist in Chicana/o Studies, Labor, and Sports history, examines the powerful way Mexican Americans have used sports to build transnational networks for personal and community empowerment across the United States and Mexico before…
 
This week we are joined by the inspiring LP Watts! She's a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and psychological researcher with a professional focus on emotional intelligence and sex education. In part one of this two parter, we talk about sex education, how to view it differently, and the importance of building that conversation with your children. I…
 
This week Erin Ryan is joined by Congresswoman Abby Finkenauer to discuss her successful push for endometriosis funding and her personal story attached to the cause. In news, Megan Gailey and Naomi Ekperigin talk low standards for the highest office in the land and why colleges opening to students just isn’t very smart. Then, fresh off the Ellen De…
 
In the last month, we’ve seen the Trump administration deploy federal law enforcement officers to Portland, Oregon. Those agents have been documented using sharpshooters to maim protesters, sweeping people away in unmarked cars, and attacking journalists, legal observers, and medics with tear gas. The federal government just agreed to withdraw most…
 
This week we’re at home with Alexius Hill, a Memphis-based young mother who chose to give birth at home despite her family and friends’ concerns about doing so. We discuss the stigma around home births, and explore the radical work of full-spectrum doulas and the ways they strive to provide quality perinatal support for all birthing parents. In thi…
 
How can we build accessible online courses in the middle of a pandemic? More than just a call to reproduce in-person teaching in digital environments, this pivot to online education has a powerful potential to help us reshape higher education for the better, to ensure it embodies the racial, gender, and disability justice principles those of us in …
 
Why are we told to take some medications with food? What happens when one is told to take a medication with food but does not know when their next meal is coming? Did you realize that your pharmacist is there to support you when you’ve been given a prescription. Look, we want you to be just as bold asking the pharmacist medication related questions…
 
Why did the DREAM Act (for the Development, Relief, and Education of Alien Minors) never pass Congress – even though it was popular with Republicans and Democrats? What does the political and legal history tell us about American federalism? How is the legal history of the DREAM ACT and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) tied to the legal…
 
Support Channel 253 by Subscribing EQ: To what extent do schools need SROs? Guest: Megan Holyoke, Lincoln HS Teacher and shit-talker extraordinaire. Previous guest on IWL Episode 29 “Striking While Female” We begin this episode by voicing our current thoughts on the #defundthepolice and #abolishthepolice moments. Listeners can rest assured that thi…
 
The Helms amendment is an amendment to the U.S. Foreign Assistance Act which states that U.S. government foreign assistance funds cannot be used for “the performance of abortion as a method of family planning.” The Helms amendment undermines U.S. efforts to improve maternal health and mortality by denying access to abortion services. Anu Kumar, Pre…
 
This week Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco breakdown Joe Biden’s VP candidates and the ensuing sexist media coverage of said contenders. Plus, they examine why there’s such an effort to protect extremely non-essential athletes and so little effort to protect extremely essential school and nursing home workers. Then Michaela Watkins joins to answer…
 
July 26th marked the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or the ADA. The ADA is a federal law that requires businesses, employers, public facilities, schools, and transportation agencies to make accommodations for disabled people, and helps weed out basic discrimination. When President George HW Bush signed the ADA into law in …
 
As we are staring down another potential quarantine, we wanted to rebroadcast this episode for those of you stuck inside with your partner! We welcome Isabella Frappier (sexual healer, doula and founder of Geri's favorite facebook group) back with open arms to discuss how to take advantage of the time we're allowed with this pandemic. We hear tips …
 
Too often, treating women with respect is seen as a luxury. It is not. Violations of human rights during childbirth are all too common in labor wards, hurting women’s chances of surviving pregnancy and childbirth. This episode of White Ribbon Alliance’s Brave Voices, Bold Actions podcast explores Article 4 of the Respectful Maternity Care Charter, …
 
Ladies, let's talk about our V-A-G-I-N-A-S! No, in all seriousness let's talk about it. How much do you know about your gynecologic health? You may have vaginas, menstrual cycles, and individual fertility windows, but do you pay attention to the signs your body gives you as it relates to your overall health? Do you know what your cervical fluid loo…
 
If you haven’t yet watched Onward, you’re only hurting yourself. Lol! We love this movie so much, and couldn’t wait to dig in to some of themes it explores. Our series, “Meaning in Movies,” invites us to ask BIG meaning questions about movies (aka, Meaning of Life type stuff) as well as SMALL meaning questions (aka, What did this movie do in YOU?).…
 
Verónica Martínez-Matsuda about her book Migrant Citizenship: Race, Rights, and Reform in the U.S. Farm Labor Camp Program (University of Pennsylvania Press). Migrant Citizenship exams the Farm Security Administration’s Migratory Labor Camp Program, and its role in the daily lives of a diverse number of farmworker families. Martínez-Matsuda thoroug…
 
This week Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco talk to Congresswoman Ilhan Omar to breakdown why men think it’s okay to call a colleague a “fucking bitch”. Then Grace Parra stops by to debate the difference between being special and exceptional. Then what you definitely shouldn’t be telling someone on their period in I Feel Petty. Learn more about you…
 
We are thrilled to bring you this episode with Alex Creswick. They're a sensitivity reader and social impact producer, and we initially wanted to discuss just what those roles mean in the entertainment industry - while we definitely touched on the evolution of both of those jobs, we ended up talking about so much more. From the need for huge system…
 
Support Channel 253 by Subscribing here! EQ: Why is racial healing a crucial component for achieving equity in our schools and communities? Guest: Tovi Scruggs-Hussein is “a visionary educator, author, and award-winning urban high school principal with over 25 years of emotional intelligence training.” Her work on self-transformation and healing th…
 
In her incisive study Baseball as Mediated Latinidad: Race, Masculinity, Nationalism, and Performances of Identity (Ohio State University Press, 2020), Jennifer Domino Rudolph analyzes major league baseball’s Latin/o American players—who now make up more than twenty-five percent of MLB—as sites of undesirable surveillance due to the historical, pol…
 
What does your skincare routine look like? Having great skin is not all about genetics, you have to put the work in! The goal of having a healthy skin care routine not only revolves around cleansing and moisturizing, but eating a well balanced diet and protecting your skin from the harmful UV rays of the sun. In today's episode, we invited dermatol…
 
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