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Here's what has happened in the first post-Roe month. Plus, Isaac Fitzgerald on his new memoir 'Dirtbag, Massachusetts'47:46
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Congresswoman Katherine Clark tweeted out a photo of her arrest Tuesday at a protest outside the Supreme Court over abortion rights. (Screenshot via Katherine Clark's Twitter account)
Congresswoman Katherine Clark tweeted out a photo of her arrest Tuesday at a protest outside the Supreme Court over abortion rights. (Screenshot via Katherine Clark's Twitter account)

This is the Radio Boston rundown for July 22. Tiziana Dearing is our host:

  • In the aftermath of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Massachusetts has seen congressional delegates getting arrested and the state Legislature debating over late-term abortions. Suffolk University law professor Renee Landers, and Michael Curry, CEO of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, help us understand what's transpired.
  • Writer Isaac Fitzgerald talks about his new memoir, a confessional which traces his journey from an at-times violent childhood in north central Massachusetts, to forgiveness.
  • WBUR's senior arts and culture reporter Cristela Guerra tells us four things we can check out this weekend, from a silent puppet show to readings of plays by local playwrights.

This program aired on July 22, 2022.

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