Reproductive rights have always been a contentious topic in the United States. With the supreme court confirmations of Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney-Barrett, the future of reproductive rights in this country became endangered. These new judges have caused a shift from a minor 5-4 to a significant 6-3 conservative majority, thus solidifying the Court’s […]
About Vidisha Nerurkar
Vidisha Nerurkar (she/her) is currently pursuing a Master's in Public Health at Columbia University. She is primarily interested in public health policy and practice. Prior to pursuing her MPH, she worked as a neurobiology research assistant and co-authored a publication in Nature Communications, while completing her bachelor's in Health Sciences from Boston University.