Best reproductive justice podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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CHOICE/LESS
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CHOICE/LESS delivers powerful, personal stories of reproductive injustice and the laws, politics and people beyond the headlines. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
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Boom! Lawyered
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Boom! Lawyered is friendly and entertaining legal analysis for the resistance! Join Rewire.News legal experts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy as they explore the important justice issues coming up in the courts, how the legal system works, and what the case outcomes will mean for all of us. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
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Get It Right
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Get It Right analyzes pop culture through the lenses of justice, and particularly reproductive justice. Host Jamie Broadnax, the founder of the popular site and podcast Black Girl Nerds, teams up with Rewire.News to examine everything from the history of abortion provider characters in television to intersection of reproductive justice and hip hop. Get It Right will dissect maddening tropes, celebrate the art and artists who get it right, and present our favorite movies, music, comics and te ...
 
Issues for Your Tissues is the definitive discourse on reproductive health and well-being. I bring news and information on reproductive justice, choice, sexuality, Texas and women around the world.
 
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Juicy Bits
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On Juicy Bits, we take a look at all things sex: how we're doing it, why we do what we do in bed, and the politics of reproductive justice. It's a messy, sticky landscape and we approach it with a nonjudgemental, enthusiastic attitude. Buckle in for a juicy and delectable ride down sex highway. Wear a condom.
 
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What Else Happened?
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Bypass the news cycle dumpster fire and join Rewire.News managing editors Kat Jercich and Regina Mahone as they deliver the stories of the week you actually need to know about every Friday on What Else Happened?. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
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She Said
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Welcome to She Said — not your average feminist podcast. From menstruation to sex education to reproductive justice, She Said aims to give a voice to individuals and topics not often discussed in mainstream society.
 
Straight from the FEMINIST SLEEPER CELL, Lady Parts Justice breaks down the ever-changing, ever batshit, ever rageful news that affects our reproductive rights. Listen as hosts, Lizz Winstead, Nicole Moore and Julie Rosing, work to expose the creeps hellbent on destroying access to birth control, abortion and basically everything logical.
 
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Slant
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Every week there's a new outrageous story to react to, but whether it's election meddling, policy brutality, or #MeToo none of these things happened in a vacuum. In each season of Slant, journalist-hosts Maya Francis and Amy Westervelt dig into a long-standing issue that's fueling today's outrage.
 
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RJ Court Watch
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News, commentary, analysis and investigative reporting on reproductive and sexual health, rights and justice issues.
 
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Nasty Women Radio
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Nasty women radio believes that for women to move forward empowered in our own lives as well as in the leadership positions we want to see us in, we have to begin dismantling the shame unfairly placed on our bodies and issues that affect us. We are taking back "nasty." If speaking our truths about our own lives, experience and perspectives makes us "nasty women" then we are happy to be just that. No subject is off limits as Neghar and Erin delve into topics such as sexuality, periods, domest ...
 
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ThePinkZone.fm
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Sexual health writer. Abortion doula. Amateur holistic health enthusiast. Here to talk about reproductive justice, health, and wellness. 💫
 
You're listening to Faithful Voices, a podcast of the Religious Institute where we engage in deep and thoughtful conversation around religion, gender, sexuality, and reproductive justice.
 
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Brandi Collins-Calhoun, Jasmine Getrouw-Moore and Christina M. Yongue join me talk about the State of Black Women in America. Forgive my brain fart on confusing the Williams sisters. Brandi Collins-Calhoun is the Director of Reproductive and Maternal Health at the YWCA Greensboro. She studied History at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical ...…
 
On this week’s show, Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Priscilla Smith, director of the Program for the Study of Reproductive Justice at Yale Law School, to unpack the oral arguments in NIFLA v Becerra, the latest case on the calendar that seems to be about one thing but is being argued under the all-encompassing umbrella of speech. Dahlia also spea ...…
 
On this week’s show, Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Priscilla Smith, director of the Program for the Study of Reproductive Justice at Yale Law School, to unpack the oral arguments in NIFLA v Becerra, the latest case on the calendar that seems to be about one thing but is being argued under the all-encompassing umbrella of speech. Dahlia also spea ...…
 
Listen to Jhumpa Bhattacharya and Andrea Flynn discuss the systemic barriers that hold back women, particularly women of color, and the need for far-reaching policy change. Andrea Flynn is a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, where she researches and writes about issues that impact women and families. She explores connections between reproducti ...…
 
This audio podcast is a concrete example of popular education for movement building and social change. As defined by the Highlander Research and Education Center: “Popular Education is a participatory process that combines people’s experiences to develop collective analysis and strategies for action for positive social change.” This campaign ha ...…
 
Episode 2 Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW Guest: Nicole Clark, LMSW Twitter: @DoinTheWorkPod In this episode, I talk with Nicole Clark, of Nicole Clark Consulting. Nicole is a licensed social worker in Brooklyn, New York. We talk about Nicole’s consulting work – program design, program evaluation, strategic planning, and trainings – with an emphasis o ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Adura Banke-Thomas, Dr Tania Burchardt, Tammy Campbell, Kathleen Scanlon, Dr Jamie Woodcock | What are the key challenges of welfare states of the future? In a world of limited resources, what should our priority be? To close the LSE Festival, we will pit Beveridge's "five giants" (reimagined as the giant issues of housing and ur ...…
 
It's Black History Month and De'Jonnae and Patia are chatting it up about *all* the things! In this month's episode, we interview Monica Mclemore and Monica Simpson—two dynamic black women committed to dismantling medical bias and institutional racism, while fighting for reproductive justice for all. Plus, we can't get enough of Monica's mentio ...…
 
In this episode, we talk about an interaction Leslie had on Facebook with a frustrated guy he went to highschool with. Leslie runs through the interchange and interjects his thoughts and experiences. Laura follows up with what she’s learned about being a white person in the comments. The point of this exercise is to discuss what makes a good so ...…
 
Money and Nikeeta reflect on their year, explain why EVERY Black queer should celebrate Kwanzaa, and share their hopes for #QueerWOC2018! Contribute to QueerWOC: https://www.paypal.me/QueerWOCBecome a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/queerwocpod4:30 QueerWOC of the Week:Sofia Rivera Peñahttps://netargv.com/2017/12/07/moving-speech-rio-grande-val ...…
 
The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Marsha Jones. A Dallas, Texas native, Ms. Jones is Co-founder and Executive Director of The Afiya Center. "Established in response to the increasing disparities between HIV incidences worldwide and the extraordinary prevalence of HIV among Black women and girls in Texas," The Afiya Center is the only Repr ...…
 
The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Marsha Jones. A Dallas, Texas native, Ms. Jones is Co-founder and Executive Director of The Afiya Center. "Established in response to the increasing disparities between HIV incidences worldwide and the extraordinary prevalence of HIV among Black women and girls in Texas," The Afiya Center is the only Repr ...…
 
What’s beneath the right wing attacks on abortion and birth control access for women? Is this all one big anti-woman agenda? And what can history teach us about how we win going forward? This episode, Sally talks to reproductive justice activist Ilyse Hogue.
 
Sophy and Kelly talk to Devon and Jamie, both of Chicago, about their work with nonprofits and the intersections between the nonprofit world and politics.**Editor's note**: In the episode we state that Planned Parenthood does not endorse candidates. This is not completely accurate. Planned Parenthood Federation of America is "a nonprofit organi ...…
 
What if faith could fuel a movement that supports women and families in having real choices over their lives and their bodies? On this week’s Making Contact, we head to the crossroads of faith and reproductive justice. We’ll hear from Dr. Willie Parker, Toni Bond Leonard, and Katie Zeh, who are making these visions a reality.…
 
Special guest Kate Morgan joins Seth Daire and JJ Janflone to talk about how reproductive health, reproductive rights, and reproductive justice intersect with human trafficking. Kate can be reached at kemorgan4@gmail.com or on Twitter @katie_theladySources:Reproductive Justice: A Handbook - https://drive.google.com/drive/search?q=reproductive%2 ...…
 
Published on 30 Mar 2017. As a teen mom, Natasha Vianna had to deal with the stereotype that society has boxed her in. But she didn’t let this break her spirit. Natasha’s goal was and is to be the best version of herself. In fact, seeing how people (who are in a situation similar to her) needed all the support they could get was what led her to ...…
 
You're listening to Faithful Voices, a podcast of the Religious Institute. This podcast is a place for deep and thoughtful engagement with the topics of religion, gender, sexuality, and reproductive justice. In this episode, we speak with Rev. Dr. Cody Sanders about his book "A Brief Guide to Ministry with LGBTQIA Youth."…
 
Guests: Kate Taylor is a reproductive justice advocate from Brooklyn, NY. Andi Zeisler is the co-founder of Bitch Media.Resources: Image by Angelo BaumgartnerIntro music by The Hellfreaks: www.thehellfreaks.com
 
MOTHERLAND takes us into the heart of the planet’s busiest maternity hospital in one of the world’s poorest and most populous countries: the Philippines. The film’s viewer, like an unseen outsider dropped unobtrusively into the hospital’s stream of activity, passes through hallways, enters rooms and listens in on conversations. At first, the su ...…
 
In the last installment, I told the story of the Trial of the Century at the dawn of the 1800s, a murder mystery with Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr at its heart, defending an innocent man against awful calumnies. Despite winning their client an acquittal that the public generally praised as justice, a myth has arisen around the trial sugges ...…
 
This week, Jaime, and Gabe discuss New Voices for Reproductive Justice with Jasmine Burnett. New Voices is a grassroots Human Rights organization for women of color, led by women of color and about women of color. They utilize the Reproductive Justice framework as an innovative strategy to specifically engage Black women and girls in community ...…
 
Dope Girls Zine has quickly made a name for itself in Atlanta and beyond. Focused on the idea that there is much to get done while high, the zine is also trying to shine a lighter on the not very highlighted female side of cannabis culture. Beca Grimm is an Atlanta-based editor and writer. Besides holding the Dope Girls helm with Rachel Hortman ...…
 
This week, Kellie, Elaina, and Gabe discuss our new partnership with the Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. Kellie Copeland, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio: Too often, religion is used to shame and stigmatize people who have had an abortion or use contraceptives. That is why the work of the Ohio Religious Coalition f ...…
 
This week, we welcome new contributor Rena Karefa-Johnson to discuss the Democratic Party establishment’s potential willingness to support anti-choice candidates in upcoming election cycles and moves by the Department of Justice under Attorney General Jeff Sessions to undo affirmative action in college and university admissions. Also, Jacquelin ...…
 
CliffCentral.com — Sonia quizzes Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng on the legalisation/decriminalising of sex work, age and body shaming, and women defending cheating partners. Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng is a reproductive doctor at DISA clinic, Deputy Chairperson - Sexual Health & Reproductive Justice Coalition (SRJC), and has a lifestyle column called 'Let’s Talk ...…
 
This week, Kelley, Elaina, and Gabe discussed the US Senate vote to defeat Skinny Repeal that would destroy Americans’ access to affordable health care and block Planned Parenthood from Medicaid funding. Also, they talk about this week’s federal court hearing to challenge John Kasich’s latest plan to defund Planned Parenthood at the state level ...…
 
In her decades long career as an award-winning investigative journalist, former television executive and documentary filmmaker, much of Civia Tamarkin's focus has been on criminal and social justice. She's covered stories all around the world, including the fall of Vietnam. Her latest project is "Birthright: A War Story." This riveting, feature ...…
 
Don’t miss a podcast make sure to subscribe on iTunes and don’t miss an episode! Teaser: You know that person that just seems to get every break? People that just ALWAYS seem to get bumped into first class? The people whose parents pay for … everything? Still?! They ALWAYS get the benefit of the doubt. They are NEVER associated with negative me ...…
 
This week, Gabe sat down with Julie, Molly, and Abby from Lady Parts Justice League! This episode is a joint production with their podcast, Repro Madness. LPJ came to Cleveland as a part of their Vagical Mystery Tour. The tour is a series of comedy shows and service projects bringing positive attention and assistance for abortion providers acro ...…
 
Hr 1: The jobs market continues to improve and guess who's getting the credit? AND... Xander Gibb says the only good thing about Obama's presidency is that it's OVER! AND... We've become so politically correct that simply disagreeing with someone is hateful. AND...I don't want to be involved with any group that doesn't allow me to have an opini ...…
 
Groundswell Fund’s Naa Hammond explains why reproductive justice is about more than just reproductive rights—it also means addressing race, class, sexuality, and identity. (Published: July 7, 2017)By contact@opensocietyfoundations.org (Open Society Foundations).
 
In "One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter," Scaachi Koul deploys her razor-sharp humor to share all the fears, outrages, and mortifying moments of her life. She learned from an early age what made her miserable, and for Scaachi anything can be cause for despair. Whether it’s a shopping trip gone awry; enduring awkward conversat ...…
 
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