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Artist at Work: Melissa Madera, Historian and Creator of the Abortion Diary Podcast

Rewire spoke with Madera in September about her motivations for creating the Abortion Diary Podcast, the abortion rituals some have followed, and the effect storytelling can have on policy and culture. The post Artist at Work: Melissa Madera, Historian and Creator of the Abortion Diary Podcast appeared first on Rewire.
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