March 4, 2024

EP. 204 — Countering Misinformation about Later Stage Abortions with Asha Dahya

This episode features stories about pregnancy loss and birth trauma so please take care while listening or join us next time. Jameela welcomes producer, TEDx speaker and founder of, Asha Dahya for a compassionate and eye-opening conversation about why people have abortions in the later stages of pregnancy. The two discuss the politically charged future of reproductive rights without Roe v Wade, the reality of later abortion as healthcare with a focus on saving lives, and how the landscape of abortion access in the US has been increasingly challenging. This episode will help anyone understand how to better advocate for abortion rights by arming you with important facts to counter misinformation.


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