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  • Rep. Jayapal on the fight for Trans rights

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  • The public health crisis facing black women with Roe overturned

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  • Activists are ready to help women as SCOTUS ends Roe

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  • Trump calls Georgia election officials ‘stupid’ in documentary clip

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  • With Roe gone, are LGBTQ+ rights next?

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  • 1849 Abortion ban back in effect with Roe v. Wade overturned 

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  • 'Ballot Mule' conspiracy theory gains traction ahead of midterms

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  • At least six GOP lawmakers asked Trump for pardons

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  • 'They’re waking up to a lot of sorrow and horror': Day one of a post-Roe America

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  • 'This is such an enormous step backwards': Sen. Baldwin weighs in on Supreme Court’s Roe decision

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  • Biden and Western Hemisphere leaders announce migration plan

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'You see a lot of people doing acrobatics to show why Ma’Khia deserved to die, not why she deserved to live'

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The fatal police shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant is sparking demands for accountability and igniting conversation about how race and gender played a role in the way law enforcement interacted with her.  Dr. Monique W. Morris, President and CEO of “Grantmakers for Girls of Color” and Author of "PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools", Treva Lindsey, Professor of Women’s Studies at Ohio State University, and Brittney Cooper, Author of "Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower," and Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez.