Advocating for Abortion Rights After the Overturn of Roe V. Wade
Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, the lead litigator in the case, discusses her latest legal case which delayed Louisiana's trigger abortion law and how people can get involved locally in advocating for the protection of abortion rights.
New York State Primary Preview
Brigid Bergin, WNYC's senior political correspondent, talks about the voting and who is on the ballot for governor, lieutenant governor and other offices up for grabs in the New York state primary election, as callers share who they voted for, and why.
(Informal, Unofficial, Unscientific) Exit Poll for New York Primary Day
Listeners call in to share who they are voting for, and why, for New York primary day in our 'informal, unofficial, thoroughly unscientific' primary day exit poll.
Learning Your Heritage Language
Maria Carreira, co-founder of the National Heritage Language Resource Center at UCLA and professor emerita of Spanish at California State University, Long Beach, offers tips to listeners who want to learn the language or languages they grew up hearing at home.
→ How to learn a heritage language | NPR's Life Kit
Meet the Lieutenant Governor Candidates
On the day before New York's primary election, the three candidates for the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor of New York, Diana Reyna, Ana María Archila, and the current Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado, make their pitches to voters in sequential interviews.