Roe v. Wade: Health, Inequality, and Democracy

Tuesday, June 21, 2022 - 12:00pm

A reversal of Roe vs. Wade by the United States Supreme Court has implications for individual and population health, health equity, and norms of democracy and law in the United States and globally. Protection of reproductive rights is a key indicator of health outcomes and health equity for women and children around the world. Restricted access to reproductive health services disproportionately affects low-income populations and people of color.

This webinar brings together a cross-disciplinary panel of experts to investigate the implications of this decision going forward.

Moderator: Charley Willison, Cornell University Department of Public & Ecosystem Health


Khiara M. Bridges - University of California Berkeley School of Law
Tiffany L. Green - University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health
Elizabeth J. King - University of Michigan School of Public Health
Rebecca J. Kreitzer - University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Public Policy