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A Post-Roe America: An Update

The Daily

The New York Times

News, Daily News

4.597.8K Ratings

🗓️ 29 December 2022

⏱️ 37 minutes

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This week, The Daily is revisiting some of our favorite episodes of the year and checking in on what has happened in the time since. In May, the United States was stunned by the leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion that previewed the end of Roe v. Wade. After, we spoke to people on both sides of the abortion issue. Today, we revisit conversations with two women, an anti-abortion activist and an abortion provider, and discuss how their lives have changed since the end of the constitutional right to abortion.

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0:00.0

Hey, it's Sabrina.

0:02.9

This week, the Daily is revisiting some of our favorite episodes of the year, and hearing

0:07.1

what's happened in the time since they first ran.

0:09.7

Today, we return to the moment in May when the nation was stunned by a leaked draft of

0:15.7

a Supreme Court opinion that previewed the end of Roe v. Wade.

0:20.3

After it came out, we spoke to people on both sides of the abortion fight.

0:24.1

Now, we're revisiting two of those conversations, one with an anti-abortion activist and the

0:30.2

other with an abortion provider, to find out what's changed for them since the federal

0:34.9

protection for abortion went away.

0:37.2

It's Thursday, December 29th.

0:43.5

My name is Anya Baker, and I'm 27.

0:47.2

I live in Jackson, Mississippi, and I am married.

0:51.4

I have two little boys, one is three, one is one year old, and my one year old has multiple

0:57.6

disabilities.

0:58.6

The organization I work with now is the Student Be Anthony List Education Fund, which

1:05.2

expands across many services.

1:07.8

What this means is not just explicitly pro-life centers, but also groups that just system

1:15.3

along the way, whether that be a prenatal chiropractor, lactation, transportation, housing,

1:21.0

addiction recovery, basically anything and everything that can affect a woman who is

1:26.5

pregnant or parenting and try to find resources in those worlds and bring them together.

1:36.4

So I got involved at 15-year-old.

1:39.6

Often you will hear people say, I grew up in a home where we were just pro-life from

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