Hosts Isabella and Hale speak with Osub Ahmed, a senior analyst at the Center for American Progress, on the intersection between the climate crisis and reproductive rights. This is often an overlooked subject both in media and day-to-day conversations. That’s why we decided to dig deep and dissect the important relationship between the two.
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"Exposure to extreme heat, etc is caused by climate change and impacts maternal health…and there is a huge racial disparity."@osubahmed of @CAPWomen on the intersection between reproductive health and climate change on #RockyTopSunrise.
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