Mississippi is set to vote on a measure that would redefine “personhood.” Why can’t science just tell us when human life begins?
Charmaine Yoest, head of Americans United for Life, talks about how the strategy of the anti-abortion rights movement has changed in recent years, and what the movement has achieved by focusing on changing law at the state level.
Thirty-eight years ago, the Supreme Court voted to uphold Roe v. Wade – yet women’s reproductive rights are still being challenged. Alison Stewart talks to three different women, from three different eras, about some political, legal, economic and cultural issues faced by women in the U.S. today.
None have signed the U.N.’ Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.