Injuries of Inequality and the Promise of Safety Nets

March 7, 2024


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What would a comprehensive strategy for reproductive rights and access look like, borrowing from the lessons from the fight against HIV? That’s the question Ford School Dean Celeste Watkins-Hayes and Dom Adams-Santos, managing director of the Center for Racial Justice, aimed to answer in their new essay, “Women’s Health in Post-Roe v. Wade America: Injuries of Inequality and the Promise of Safety Nets.” The essay tackles intersectionality in health care, the consequences of overturning Roe v. Wade, and what a more robust reproductive health policy could look like.

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