Power, Poverty, & Politics: SCOTUS is Challenging the Abortion Reality

In this episode of Star Parker’s Power, Poverty, and Politics podcast, she talks about abortion and the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled in 1973 that women have a “right of privacy” to kill their unborn children in Roe v. Wade.

Star thinks it’s time for the high court to overturn that decision.

“In May, the Supreme Court put abortion on the docket for its upcoming session by agreeing to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.” The organization is in Jackson, Mississippi, and is the only abortion clinic in the state. A court struck down a state law in 2019 that bans abortion after 15 weeks. Mississippi appealed to the Supreme Court.

“Can we really function as a society and as a nation while turning away from the most central issue of any society — the awe of the mystery of life?”

Roe is open to review. Could the high court overturn it? Listen the podcast to hear what Star has to say here or on Spotify, Apple, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, or Stitcher.

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