Abortion Media Coverage Is “Deeply, and Problematically, Politicized” Says Study

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“A woman’s right to choose is under siege—which is why it is important to critically examine how the media covers it,” writes Larkin. Pictured: A January 2020 abortion rally in D.C. (Hillel Steinberg / Flickr)

Throughout the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, anti-abortion advocates have capitalized on the chaos to attack reproductive rights.

Although abortion is time-sensitive, officials throughout the U.S. declared it a nonessential service, denying women the right to reproductive justice under the guise of pandemic control. The move was swiftly condemned by many major medical organizations—but opportunistic attacks on reproductive freedom remain abundant.

A woman’s right to choose is under siege—which is why it is important to critically examine how the media covers it. 

A new report from NARAL Pro-Choice America and Global Strategy Group (GSG) found most…

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