Stellar reporting of a critical piece of women’s history and rights in America
This was a truly captivating season of Slow Burn and one that felt really timely given the recent Supreme Court action to overturn Roe. There is so much history here, and the episodes are thick with details, first-hand accounts, and documentation, yet it is woven together in a profoundly relatable and human way that honors the stories and experiences shared. It left me with the unsettling feeling of deja vu and a sense that we may have to dig into the Roe playbook yet again to secure rights that should have never been in question or politicized to begin with - the right to personal liberty, privacy, bodily autonomy. It’s clear over time that - to some - these rights were never considered inalienable for women. Thank you for this important work.
LT22 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/30/22
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AMAZING!!!! Love it!!!
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