In 2021, abortion access is still in the news; from our founding, the conversation around reproductive rights has been one of the most contentious political debates in America. This history is one that combines political, religious, and social forces, layered with systemic racism and misogyny. From Wonder Media Network, co-hosts Kate Kelly and Jamia Wilson unpack this rich history from the views of colonial America, to seminal Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, all the way to the present day.
The End of Roe v. Wade
Given last night's Supreme Court leak, Ordinary Equality's EP Jenny Kaplan sat down with Kate and Jamia to talk about what comes next in a post-Roe v. Wade world.
BONUS: The Accidental Activist (Alyssa Milano)
From Wonder Media Network comes The Accidental Activist, a new podcast hosted by acclaimed journalist and former CNN Anchor Isha Sesay. Join Isha as she sits down with an array of celebrities, entertainers, and creators to find out the motivating circumstances behind their passions, all while revealing the human condition that unites us all: a desire to make a difference in the world.
In this episode, hear from actress Alyssa Milano. She's been on our screens for decades. But she’s also been on the front lines championing the issues she believes in for just as long. Her roles on Who's the Boss?, Melrose Place, and Charmed are as iconic as her activism. While most of us choose one cause, Alyssa has dedicated herself to many. In this episode, Alyssa shares the origin story of her activism, how love propels us, and how to face the critics.
Ordinary Equality x Womanica: Pat Spearman
In our final episode of the season, Kate talks with Senator Pat Spearman (1955-present) about her path towards becoming an Equal Rights Amendment icon.
Ordinary Equality x Womanica: Martha Wright Griffiths
This week on the Ordinary Equality x Womanica crossover season, we're talking about "the Mother of the Equal Rights Amendment."
Listen in as Kate Kelly shares the story of Martha Wright Griffiths (1912-203) -- told, in part, in Martha's own words.
Ordinary Equality x Womanica: Crystal Eastman
For this episode of the Ordinary Equality x Womanica crossover season, we're going back to the heat of the suffrage movement to learn about one of the Equal Rights Amendment's creators and lifelong advocates. A lawyer, writer and activist, she was known by some as "the most dangerous woman in the world."
Join host Kate Kelly and Dr. Amy Aronson, author of "Crystal Eastman: A Revolutionary Life," as they take us through the story of Crystal Eastman (1881-1928).
Ordinary Equality x Womanica: Molly Brant (Degonwadonti)
For our first episode of the Ordinary Equality x Womanica crossover season, we’re going way back—more than 100 years before the Equal Rights Amendment even existed—to learn about one of the most important figures of the Revolutionary War. She was an indigenous political leader whose absence from this country’s framing documents set the stage for the fight for the ERA more than a century later.
Join host Kate Kelly and Dr. Kahente Horn-Miller, a Kanien:keha’ka teacher, researcher and performer, as they take us through the story of Molly Brant (1736 - 1796), also known as Degonwadonti.
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