Its been a year since the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled there is no constitutional right to abortion. The overturning of Roe v Wade, which was considered by many to have been settled law, has sparked tense debates and protests across the country.
But with the barrage of opinions and hot takes, are we truly listening to one another, or simply tuning out disagreements? Can civil dialogue be the start to easing the rift over reproductive rights?
WHYY and the Chestnut Hill Library invite you to participate in a community conversation where we’ll unpack this socio-political flashpoint and examine the arguments on both sides.
Amir Richardson, WHYY Community Conversation Convener
Moderator: Amir Richardson, WHYY Community Conversation Convener
About Bridging Blocks:
Bridging Blocks is a civic engagement initiative between WHYY and The Free Library of Philadelphia that aims to bring together culturally and politically diverse households for conversation and understanding. Bridging Blocks is made possible by a generous grant from Fred and Barbara Sutherland.