This summer, Katie is tackling the issue of abortion. In an in-depth, six-part narrative series that crisscrosses the country, Katie explores the personal, the political and the deeply resonant nuances of the history and future of abortion access in this country. If you're wondering how we got here, what a post-Roe world looks like, and what do to next, subscribe and listen. Episodes release every Thursday.
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In Part 4 of Abortion: The Body Politic, Katie examines how abortion is explored and reflected in popular culture and Hollywood. Because whether we realize it or not, the movies we have loved and the TV shows we watch represent the collective imagina... more
On Part 3 of Abortion: The Body Politic focuses on Roe and its unraveling. The last living Roe prosecutor, Linda Coffee, shares her recollections of that historic Supreme Court case and how she found out she had won. We learn of the immediate failin... more
In Part 2 of Abortion: The Body Politic, we step into the past, long before Roe, and trace the roots of today’s abortion’s debate to understand — if abortions have always happened and the majority of Americans have always believed they should be leg... more
I read your book & listened to the audio. 👍🏾! Your podcast, newsletter, special projects… all well produced. You seem to be experiencing your life’s calling. Continued best wishes.
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Katie, love your show, but why in the world is McDonald’s a sponsor? Doesn’t Stand Up to Cancer care about science and nutrition? I’m very confused.
I listened for the first time today. Loved every minute.
I think that the interview with Jamie Raskin was among the best so far. I was, however, very disappointed to listen to an ad during this podcast for a nicotine product, especially given KC’s work on preventing and curing cancer. My email about this concern has not been answered. This is not what I expected from a journalist.
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Next Question launched 6 years ago and published 248 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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