Personhood: Policing Pregnant Women in America

NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon Presents Personhood: Policing Pregnant Women in America

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NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon supports and defends, as a fundamental right and value, a person's freedom to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices—including preventing unintended pregnancy, raising healthy families, and choosing legal abortion—through education, training, organizing, and research. We champion public policies that address disparities in reproductive health care and promote health equity for all people.


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PERSONHOOD: Policing Pregnant Women in America tells a different reproductive rights story – one that ripples far beyond the right to choose and into the lives of every pregnant person in America. Like a moment from the chilling “Handmaid’s Tale,“ Tammy Loertscher’s fetus was given an attorney, while the courts denied Tammy her constitutional rights. In this timely documentary, we see her sent to jail, and then forced to challenge a Wisconsin law that eroded her privacy, her right to due process, and her body sovereignty. Through her story, PERSONHOOD reframes the abortion debate to encompass the growing system of laws that criminalize and police pregnant women. At the intersection of the erosion of women’s rights, the war on drugs, and mass incarceration, Tammy’s experience reveals the dangerous consequences of these little-known laws for American women and families.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    80 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    DOC NYC 2019
  • Rating
    Not Rated
  • Director
    Joanne Ardinger
  • Producer
    Rosalie Miller