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Jia Tolentino and Stephania Taladrid on a Year Without Roe v. Wade

Jia Tolentino and Stephania Taladrid on a Year Without Roe v. Wade

Update: 2023-05-18
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Last June, after the Supreme Court reversed nearly half a century of legal precedent by overturning Roe v. Wade, the New Yorker writers Jia Tolentino and Stephania Taladrid joined Tyler Foggatt on The Political Scene to talk about the potential fallout. This week, almost a year later, they reconvened to discuss the changes that have occurred—and what they mean for reproductive rights, maternal mortality, and public attitudes toward abortion. 


In March, Tolentino won a National Magazine Award for essays and columns about the repeal of Roe; earlier this month, Taladrid was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist for her reporting on abortion rights and women’s health.

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Jia Tolentino and Stephania Taladrid on a Year Without Roe v. Wade

Jia Tolentino and Stephania Taladrid on a Year Without Roe v. Wade

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