Ep 14 Trumpcare and women’s health

We review The Handmaid’s Tale and talk about why you need to get a pap smear and load up on birth control pills!

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Episode 14 focuses on the American Health Care Act (Trumpcare) and its potential impact on women. The Trumpster fire examines the optics of mostly white, mostly male photos coming out of this administration and why these images matter, our Media Minute reviews Hulu’s series The Handmaid’s Tale, and the Activist Action gives you several things you can do to protect yourself today from the coming healthcare changes.

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