The U.S.-Mexico borderlands are seeing increased numbers of women seeking abortions
As the future of abortion care remains uncertain in Arizona and around the country post Roe v. Wade, let's turn now to a conversation about what things were like pre-Roe v. Wade in this region.
The U.S.-Mexico borderlands have long been a place where women seeking abortions have gone to find care, despite laws or borders. And Lina-Maria Murillo's work documents that history and how we are already seeing similar patterns reappear today.
Murillo is an assistant professor at the University of Iowa and author of a forthcoming book on this topic titled, "Fighting for Control."
The Show spoke with her to learn about her findings.