Friday, August 18, 2017

Texas' Special Session Post-Mortem

This week family physician and regular Houston Chronicle public health op-ed author Dr. Bich-May Nguyen MD and Mary Tuma Women's Health Reporter at the Austin Chronicle joined me to talk about the effects of the special session on women's health.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Bro, Sexism, and the Workplace

Sociologist Dr. Holly Wood PhD and Heather Ross cofounder of Austin Chapter Women in Games and NARAL Pro-Choice Texas board member joined me to talk about the Google bro memo and the reactions to it.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Rewire's Care in Chaos Illustrates Clinic Harassment

Issues for Your Tissues episode from July 27, 2017 featuring Calla Hales lead Administrator of Charlotte, NC's A Preferred Women's Health Center and Lindsay Beyerstein, Investigative Journalist and Director of the documentary Care in Chaos which featured Calla and the clinic prominently.

Care in Chaos is Rewire News' first documentary production.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Legislative Update with Teddy Wilson

Teddy Wilson of Rewire News joined me and Sonia Van Meter of Stanford Campaigns for a Texas 85th Legislative Session update. There's never enough time to talk about all of the bills that will affect reproductive justice.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Jessica Mason Pieklo and Robin Marty Lay It Out in Crow After Roe

Jessica Mason Pieklo co-author of Crow After Roe, written with co-author Robin Marty, joined me to talk about reproductive rights and intersectionality, particularly how individual states' legislatures are serving as testing grounds for laws eroding women's right to bodily autonomy. You can find Jessica and Robin's work all over the internet; both are at Rewire News.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Big Pink Bus Brings Mammograms to the People

Isabel Stevens of the Big Pink Bus, Seton's mobile mammography clinic joined me to talk about the services they provide 6 days a week. They perform free mammography all over town for low-income, uninsured women over 40 who qualify. Call 512-324-3375 to make an appointment.