On this episode of en(gender)ed, our guest is Indra Lusero, a staff attorney at the National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW), a non-profit organization that combines pro-bono criminal defense and civil rights legal work, advocacy, and public education and organizing to ensure that no one is locked-up, shamed, or denied constitutional or human rights because they have the capacity for pregnancy, are pregnant, or because of any outcome of pregnancy, including abortion, miscarriage, stillbirth and birth.
We speak with Indra today about the work their organization does to educate the public about the weaponization of motherhood and pregnancy and how it supports those accused or criminalized for their pregnancy choices or outcomes.
During our conversation, Indra and I referenced the following resources:
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