Fighting To Make New York a Safe Place for Abortion
By Rachel Weinstock, MS2 at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Under a siege of anti-choice rhetoric at the national level, New York has felt like a ‘safe place.’ Abortion was legalized here in 1970 before Roe V. Wade, a provider assured me during my medical school interview. Hearing this, and knowing of New York’s historically …
Showing a video is a great way to kick off an introductory meeting and get people interested. The following is a list of videos and other resources MSFC can loan students. Contact us two weeks before your event to reserve the video you want.
Note: Usage of the video library is restricted to MSFC student chapters only.
Film Documentaries and Personal Stories
12th and Delaware
By Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady Watch Online
The two sides of the abortion debate in America literally face one another in this documentary from filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. In Fort Pierce, Florida, a women’s health center is located at the corner of 12th and Delaware. On the same corner, across the street, is another women’s health care center. However, the two centers are not in the same business; one provides abortions along with a variety of other health services, while the other primarily offers counseling to women considering abortion, urging them to keep their babies. In 12th and Delaware, Ewing and Grady offer a look inside both offices, as pro-life counselors give women a mixture of concern and disinformation about terminating their pregnancies and the pro-choice medical staff struggles to work under the frequent threat of violence against them. The film also examines the handful of protesters who stand outside the abortion clinic, confronting both patients and staff as they enter and exit.
A Quiet Inquisition
By Alessandra Zeka and Holen Sabrina Kahn (DVD, 65 minutes, Spanish with English Subtitles)
This 2015 documentary follows an OB/GYN physician in Managua, Nicaragua as she weathers the day to day challenges of serving her patient population in one of the five countries in the world with an outright ban on abortion. The film shows the devastating impact of Nicaragua’s abortion ban both for women and for healthcare providers determined to provide care to their patients.
Abortion: For Survival
By The Feminist Majority Foundation (VHS)
Abortion Democracy: Poland/South Africa
By Sarah Diehl (DVD, 50 minutes, English/Polish with English Subtitles) Watch Online
This 2008 documentary feature explores and contrasts changes in Poland and South Africa regarding abortion laws and their impact on the lives of women. In the 90’s, Poland banned abortion due to the increasing influence of the Catholic Church after the fall of communism; around the same time South Africa legalized it, reforming the health system after the fall of apartheid. The film reveals how the legal status of women is a direct result of the silencing or empowering of women’s voices.
The Abortion Diaries
By Penny Lane (DVD, 30 minutes) Watch Online
The Abortion Diaries is a documentary featuring 12 women who speak candidly about their experiences with abortion. The women are doctors, subway workers, artists, activists, military personnel, teachers and students; they are Black, Latina, Jewish, and White; they are mothers or child-free; they range in age from 19 to 54. Their stories weave together with the filmmaker’s diary entries to present a compelling, moving and at times surprisingly funny “dinner party” where the audience is invited to hear what women say behind closed doors about motherhood, medical technology, sex, spirituality, love, work, and their own bodies.
The Abortion Pill
From Ovary Action, Broadly (Online, 36 minutes) Watch Online
The medical abortion–a non-surgical procedure that induces a miscarriage through a cocktail of pharmaceutical drugs–is both widely legal and increasingly hard to obtain. In this documentary the filmmakers explore the laws and regulations, as well as the stigmas, that are barriers to accessing the abortion pill.
Abstinence Comes to Albuquerque
By Charles C. Stuary (DVD, 30 minutes + 30 minutes FAQ)
“Abstinence Comes to Albuquerque” provides a glimpse into a nationwide debate over what young people should be taught about sexuality. Through personal stories, community profiles, and expert interviews, the program highlights the differences between a strict abstinence-only-until-marriage approach and more comprehensive sexuality education.
Achik Nan (Luminous Trail): The Sexual and Reproductive Health of Chimborazo Women
By Orientame Foundation and ESAR (DVD, 31 minutes)
By Martha Shane and Lana Wilson, 2014 (DVD, 85 minutes)
After Tiller intimately explores the highly controversial subject of third-trimester abortions in the wake of the 2009 assassination of practitioner Dr. George Tiller. The procedure is now performed by only four doctors in the United States, all former colleagues of Dr. Tiller, who risk their lives every day in the name of their unwavering commitment toward their patients. Directors Martha Shane and Lana Wilson have created a moving and unique look at one of the most incendiary topics of our time, and they’ve done so in an informative, thought-provoking, and compassionate way.
Include discussion based on MSFC’s After Tiller Educational Guide with your screening!
Back Alley Detroit: Abortion Before Roe v. Wade
By Daniel Friedman & Sharon Grimberg (DVD, 47 minutes)
The generation that came of age since Roe v. Wade knows little of the sordid realities once faced by women seeking to end an unwanted pregnancy. This historical documentary tells the story of illegal abortions as they were experienced by all kinds of women – rich and poor, white and minority, married and single. It chronicles the physicians, clergy, and women’s health activists whose quiet defiance of abortion laws stands as a dramatic unwritten chapter in the history of U.S. civil disobedience. Among those who risked prosecution were the members of the Jane Collective. This clandestine group was composed of self-taught activists who safely performed over 10,000 abortions in Chicago.
By Jane Clark (DVD, 24 minutes)
This 2005 short film follows Carrie through her time as a 19 year-old college sophomore and a successful 37 year-old career and family women with a baby on the way. The impending birth has Carrie thinking back to 1987 when her whole life lay in front of her, and she faced the most important decision of her young life.
CHOICE: Then and Now – A Trilogy of Films on Reproductive Rights
By Dorothy Fadiman (DVD or VHS)
These three films (described below) bring alive the struggle for women’s reproductive rights in the United States, and the chilling facts about the threat to those rights. MSFC HQ has a DVD with all three films or each can be accessed individually online by following the appropriate link.
- When Abortion Was Illegal: Untold Stories
(28 minutes) Watch Online
This Academy Award nominated documentary includes compelling first-person accounts that illuminate the era of back-alley abortion, revealing the physical, legal, and emotional dimensions of abortion when it was a crime in the United States. Women who risked their lives, doctors who risked losing their licenses, and others who tried to help women find safe abortions speak frankly about their experiences, some for the first time. A discussion guide in booklet form to accompany this film is available. Available with or without Spanish subtitles.
- From Danger to Dignity: The Fight for Safe Abortion
(57 minutes) Watch Online
This Emmy Award winning documentary traces the national movement to decriminalize abortion. It combines rare archival footage with present-day interviews to weave together two parallel stories: the evolution of “underground” networks to help women find safe abortions outside the law and the intensive efforts of activists and legislators who broke the silence and changed the laws. Available with or without Spanish subtitles.
- The Fragile Promise of Choice: Abortion in the United States Today
(57 minutes) Watch Online
This documentary traces the erosion of access to safe abortion, including a shortage of trained providers, the threat of violence, and legislative restrictions. It includes a section on Medical Students for Choice and interviews with medical students. Available with or without Spanish subtitles.
The Coat Hanger Project
By Angie Young (DVD, 53 minutes)
This 2008 documentary features interviews with a founding member of the reproductive justice movement, a founding member of Jane, the underground pre-Roe abortion service in Chicago, 1969-73, a pre-Roe v. Wade abortion provider, the president and CEO of the National Abortion Federation, and a professor of women’s studies, as well as illegal abortion survivors, students, scholars and others. The Coat Hanger Project aims to use the symbol of the coat hanger to represent the rights of the women whose bodies house the developing embryo of fetus until birth. This film substantiates the view of abortion as a fundamental human right for women that must be kept legal and accessible.
Dear Dr. Spencer: Abortion in a Small Town
By Danielle Renfrew & Beth Seltzer (VHS, 24 minutes)
The true story of a doctor who performed illegal abortions and the small town that shielded him from the law. During an era when abortion was considered so shameful that the word was rarely spoken, Dr. Spencer performed more than 40,000 safe procedures.
Democracy On Trial: The Morgentaler Affair
By Paul Cowan (VHS, 58 minutes) Watch Online
Canadian physician Dr Morgentaler’s fight for legal and safe abortions since the 1970s and its serious legal consequences for him form the centre of Democracy on a Trial: The Morgentaler Affair. This compelling docudrama demonstrates the complexity of this case, which began with the demand for a Canadian abortion law and turned into an explosive civil rights case. Dr Morgentaler’s commitment resulted in unique legal progress: Since 1988 Canada has been the only country in which there is no single law concerning abortion any more.
The Education of Shelby Knox
By Marion Lipschutz and Rose Rosenblatt, 2005 (DVD) Currently available on Netflix Instant Watch
A self-described “good Southern Baptist girl,” 15-year-old Shelby Knox of Lubbock, Texas has pledged abstinence until marriage. But she becomes an unlikely advocate for comprehensive sex ed when she finds that Lubbock, where high schools teach abstinence as the only safe sex, has some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and STDs in the state.
By the Pro-Choice Public Education Project (VHS, 30 minutes)
God, Women, and Medicine
60 Minutes broadcast (VHS)
This is a tape of the December 10, 2000 60 Minutes show on Catholic and non-Catholic hospital mergers. The segment clearly illustrates why the Catholic church’s health care restrictions can be detrimental to the women’s health care. The show includes an interview with Catholics for a Free Choice president Frances Kissling.
Guys From Washington
By the Pro-Choice Public Education Project (VHS, 2 minutes)
This is PEP’s new, humorous commercial highlighting the consequences or lack of choice. A great meeting-opener, ice-breaker, and/or warm-up for a longer video.
By Mimi Schultz with Cine Qua Non/Paradise Productions (VHS, 17 minutes)
The U.S. has too few abortion providers. Join a young activist as she cycles cross-country to meet the people who are doing something about it. This is a new video to inspire, to educate and to alert the next generation of abortion providers.
Integral Management of Unwanted Pregnancy: A Model for Latin America
By Orientame Foundation and ESAR (DVD, 11 minutes)
Jane: An Abortion Service
By Kate Kirty and Nell Lundy, 1995 (DVD and VHS, 56 minutes)
Jane was a Chicago-based women’s health service that performed nearly 12,000 safe illegal abortions between 1969 and 1973. This film looks at the personal and political stories of this fascinating group.
Legislating a Tragedy
By the Center for Reproductive Rights, 1996 (VHS, 20 minutes)
Covers the issues surrounding late abortion; made to counter the first so-called “Partial Birth Abortion” ban.
Leona’s Sister Gerri
By Jane Gillooly (VHS, 57 minutes)
Gerri Santoro died in 1964 from an illegal abortion. A graphic police photo of her body circulated through the media beginning in 1973. This film reconstructs the story behind the now famous photo and is a moving portrait of Gerri Santoro’s life as well as society’s response to her death.
By Ian Boyd (VHS and DVD, 49 minutes)
In an era when women could not get legal abortions there were only a handful of courageous doctors who risked imprisonment, loss of license, and their future in order to provide safe abortions to women. The filmmaker’s father, Dr. Curtis Boyd, was one such individual. A one-time Pentecostal preacher, Dr. Boyd was influenced by the social changes of the Sixties. As a small town physician he performed thousands of abortions to desperate women.
Like a Ship in the Night
By Melissa Thompson (DVD, 30 minutes)
Like a Ship in the Night follows three women as they plan their secret journeys across the Irish Sea in search of an abortion. Along the way we hear from community workers, doctors and counselors about the history of the laws and social attitudes that make their journey necessary. Although the three women begin their journeys with different views on abortion rights, they all return silenced, terrified and angry at their country.
The Last Abortion Clinic
By PBS, 2005 (VHS or DVD)
A segment from the PBS program “To the Contrary” on the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi.
Living Forward, Looking Back
Bye the Cinema Guild (VHS, 30 minutes)
This powerful documentary interweaves the stories of six women who were profoundly affected by the choices available to them prior to the legalization of abortion. This film also features an Ob/Gyn giving a medical perspective, both pre- and post- Roe v. Wade.
Liz Karlin, MD
By the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy (VHS)
March for Women’s Lives, Parts 1 and 2
C-SPAN (VHS, 3 hours 19 minutes) – For an online alternative check out Our Bodies Our Choice.
Motherhood by Choice, Not Chance
By Dorothy Fadiman (DVD, 27 minutes) Watch Online
A new 27 minute documentary, MOTHERHOOD by CHOICE, NOT CHANCE, brings alive the history of the struggle for women’s reproductive rights in the United States and the chilling facts about the current threat to those rights. Intimate interviews reveal the passion of people who moved abortion from the danger of the back alleys to a safe, legal choice. The film weaves together the most engaging moments of the OSCAR-nominated, EMMY-winning films in the trilogy FROM the BACK ALLEYS to the SUPREME COURT & BEYOND.
Motherless: Orphaned by Illegal Abortion
By Attie Goldwater Productions (VHS, 30 minutes) Watch Online
A documentary about women who died due to complications from abortion (before it was legal) and the children who were left to mourn them.
Not Yet Rain
By Lisa Russell (DVD, 23 minutes) Watch Online
This 2009 short film, produced in association with Ipas, explores abortion in Ethiopia through the voices of women who have faced the challenge of finding safe care. While a law enacted in 2006 marked great progress toward reproductive freedom in Ethiopia, Not Yet Rain shows that changing the law is just the first step. Training for health workers and increased availability of care could save the lives of women in Ethiopia and around the world.
OB/GYN: The Doctors of Women’s Health
By the Council on Resident Education, 2001 (VHS, 26 minutes)
On Hostile Ground
By Indirect Productions and Aubin Pictures (DVD & VHS, 23 minutes) Short version
This documentary portrays the abortion-rights struggle through the personal stories of providers. They reveal how their professional choice has impacted their personal lives, and they express their personal, spiritual and political motivations in subtle terms. See the website for more information.
“Right to Life” episode of Chicago Hope
(VHS, 46 minutes) Now available on Hulu!
A primary care physician gets attacked by anti-choice groups for performing a late-term abortion.
Roe at Risk: Fighting for Reproductive Justice
By The Alliance for Justice, 2013 (DVD, 16 minutes)
The Alliance for Justices’s 2013 First Monday video, Roe at Risk, documents the disturbing reality that 40 years after Roe v. Wade women across the country are seeing their reproductive rights slip away. Actress and activist Amy Brenneman, star of Judging Amy and Private Practice, narrates the film, which describes the full scope of attacks on women’s constitutional rights nationwide, while telling the story through the prism of women’s day-to-day struggles in Mississippi and Texas. These two states are facing the dramatic and wrenching consequences of radical anti-abortion legislation. But they’re also places where women and their allies are fighting back, standing up strongly for their constitutional right to reproductive freedom and justice.
Roe v. Wade at Twenty-Five
By the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy (VHS, 60 minutes)
In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy hosted a panel of distinguished experts to discuss the status of a woman’s right to choose a quarter of a century later. Featuring Anna Quindlen, Janet Benshoof, and Dr. Helen Rodrigues-Trias.
By Barbara Attie and Janet Goldwater (DVD, 60 minutes, In English and Spanish with subtitles)
Rosita follows a nine-year-old Nicaraguan girl who becomes pregnant as a result of a rape. Her parents, who work in Costa Rica, seek a legal abortion to save her life. Their quest pits them against the governments of Nicaragua and Costa Rica, the medical establishment, and the Catholic Church.
Sacred Choices and Abortion: 10 New Things to Think About
By The Religious Consultation (VHS and DVD, 57 minutes)
This 57-minute documentary based on Dr. Daniel Maguire’s book Sacred Choices and reframes the debate over reproductive rights in our highly religious culture. Scholars from major faith traditions–Christian, Muslim, and Jewish–as well as women and girls whose lives have been forever changed by abortion are featured in 10 insightful segments.
Safe Abortion Care: An Imperative for Health Care Workers
By Ipas, 2002 (VHS, 18 minutes)
Makes a compelling case for empowering, training and supporting mid level providers- including nurses midwives, physician assistants and others- to deliver critically needed abortion care as a component of comprehensive reproductive health care.
Soldiers in the Army of God
By Marc Levin and Daphne Pinkerson (VHS, 70 minutes) Can also be found in seven parts on youtube: Intro & Parts 2-6
This documentary, made in 2000, chronicles the Army of God, a radical anti-abortion group who believe the best way to end legal abortions is to preach and practice violence on abortion clinic employees.
Speak EC: What Every Woman Needs to Know About Emergency Contraception
By the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy (VHS, 11 minutes)
Includes compelling interviews with women who have taken Emergency Contraception and enlightening information on how some pharmacies elect not to distribute EC.
Speak Out: I Had an Abortion
By Gillian Aldrich and Jennifer Baumgardner (DVD, 55 minutes)
1.3 million women get abortions each year in the U.S. alone. For most it is a secret. The debate itself is loud and paralyzing while the voices of the women who get abortions are submerged. “Speak Out: I Had an Abortion,” directed by Gillian Aldrich and co-produced by Aldrich and Jennifer Baumgardner, documents the stories of 11 women ranging in age from 21 to 85. The film cuts across race, religion, region, class, sexuality, and politics–demonstrating that abortion affects all women.
Stand Up, Speak Out!
By MergerWatch and Maverick Media (VHS)
The remarkable story of how the people of New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley defeated a proposed religious hospital merger and saved their reproductive health services.
Third Wave: The March for Women’s Lives
By Cat Cutcher & Roger Hill (DVD, 14 minutes)
This film features interviews with a variety of people attending the March for Women’s Lives, including pro-choice and anti-abortion activists. The Third Wave documents the diverse voices and concerns of the contemporary U.S. women’s movement and the ongoing opposition to women’s rights in the new millennium.
By Diana Whitten (DVD, 90 minutes)
Vessel begins with a young doctor who lived by the sea, and an unlikely idea. Rebecca Gomperts, horrified by the realities created by anti-abortion law around the world, felt compelled to challenge this. Her method: to provide abortions on a ship in offshore waters. Her project, Women on Waves, begins as flawed spectacle, a media frenzy, faced with governmental, religious, and military blockades. But with each setback comes a more refined mission, until Rebecca has the revelation that she can use new technologies to bypass law – and train women to give themselves safe abortions using WHO-sanctioned protocols with pills. Through Vessel, we witness the creation of an underground network of emboldened, informed activists, working at the cutting edge of global reproductive rights, who trust women to handle abortion themselves.
Voices of Choice
By Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health (DVD, VHS or watch online, 25 minutes)
This video and discussion guide tell the story of illegal and legal abortion provision from the brave men and women who provided these essential health services prior to 1973. The video documents the horror of illegal abortion through the eyes of physicians and provides a way for coming generations to understand the social and historical ramifications of a time when health care providers worked to save women who suffered needlessly.
We Always Resist: Trust Black Women
By SisterSong and Trust Black Women (DVD, 24 minutes)
This documentary examines how women of color fight for reproductive justice and freedom. It captures the activism of Black women in response to the attacks on their dignity and human rights by the anti-abortion movement. It includes the voices of grassroots activists, youth, elected officials, and other women of color who support the cause. It gives the viewer an opportunity to see how we claim that most power expression of freedom – control over our own bodies.
We Can Do It Better: Inside an Independent Abortion Clinic
By Mindy Sobota & Luke Walden (VHS, 33 minutes)
This video documents the inspiring example of Four Women, Inc., an independent abortion and gynecology clinic in a small, post-industrial Massachusetts town. “We Can Do It Better” presents a rare and intimate look at the daily work of providing excellent abortion care. From the initial phone call to the procedure itself, we see firsthand the caring and dedication of the dynamic founders, physicians and medical students whose lives have been altered by their involvement with the clinic. Four Women serves as a model not only for future abortion providers, but also for anyone committed to improving American health care. Supporting materials on CD-ROM also available.
Yo Decido: el tren de la libertad
By Marion Lipschutz and Rose Rosenblatt (DVD, 75 minutes)
This documentary follows three young people living in the Pine Ridge Reservation try to forge a better future. When the first female President of Oglala Lakota defies a South Dakota law criminalizing abortion by vowing to build a women’s clinic in their sovereign territory, the young tribe members are faced with difficult choices.
By the Reproductive Rights Network (VHS, 28 minutes)
This is a docudrama which follows a teenager as she struggles to decide whether to continue an unintended pregnancy, and the impact of parental consent laws. This video is made by and intended for high school-age teens.
Counseling for Medical Abortion
Planned Parenthood of New York City, 1996 (VHS, 20 minutes)
Reviews professional counseling with a woman who is deciding whether to undergo a medical abortion.
Early Options Medical Education Video Series
National Abortion Federation (VHS)
This is a series of six videos created by NAF to educate providers about the safe and effective administration of medical abortion. Borrow them from MSFC individually or in sets of three.
- The Pharmacological Approach to Early Abortion (23 minutes): Experts and practitioners discuss the important safety and efficacy data for the FDA-approved regimen for medical abortion, as well as evidence-based alternative regimens.
- Expected Side Effects and Management of Complications in Medical Abortion (27 minutes): Experts discuss the incidence and management of side effects and possible complications of medical abortion through a series of case studies.
- Beyond Drug Therapy: Practical Issues in Medical Abortion (19 minutes): This program reviews administrative and regulatory issues related to the provision of medical abortion. Topics covered include staffing, patient flow, and quality assurance.
- Counseling the Medical Abortion Patient: This video identifies important points for discussing differences between medical and surgical abortion, reviews general goals and techniques of abortion counseling, and discusses essential components of counseling throughout the medical abortion process.
- Clinical Diagnosis of Pregnancy and Use of Ultrasound in Medical Abortion: This video discusses the clinical, sonographic, and laboratory methods to diagnose and date a pregnancy, describes basic ultrasound techniques and the sonographic signs of early pregnancy, discusses methods for assessing medical abortion outcomes, and discusses the use of ultrasonography in the diagnosis of abnormalities during early pregnancy.
- A Woman’s Guide to Medical Abortion: This video helps women choose whether to have a medical abortion by providing valuable, accurate information about the differences between medical and surgical abortion, as well as what to expect during a medical abortion. Available in English and Spanish.
Fetal Indication Termination of Pregnancy Program
Women’s Health, 1996 (VHS)
Filmed in Wichita, Kansas. A video aimed at educating women and families about options in cases of severe fetal abnormality.
Making Your Choice: A Providers Guide to Medical Abortion
Concentric Media, 1997 (VHS)
Manual Vacuum Aspiration Training Kit
Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA):
A First Line Option for Uterine Aspiration
The MVA Education Partnership (VHS)
The video is part of the MVA Education Partnership, a project led by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals to develop a curriculum that will expand the use of MVA among primary health care providers.
Medical Abortion Counseling Session
The Department of Family Medicine, University of Rochester, NY (VHS, 15 minutes)
Features Eric Schaff, MD and Steven Eisinger, MD.
Natural-Safe-Simple: Philosophies And Techniques Of Late Term Abortion Services At Women’s Health Care Services
By George Tiller (VHS)
Philosophies and techniques of later-term abortion services at Women’s Health Care Services. This presentation is a distillation of 25 years of experience in late induction of termination of pregnancy.
No Single Answer: Effective Pregnancy Options Counseling
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (VHS, 30 minutes)
This video demonstrates effective and caring options counseling, focusing on feelings, decision making and resolution. The companion discussion guide contains exercises for further development of skills.
Standardized Case Videos
Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health as part of the Adolescent Reproductive Health Education Project (DVD, 30 minutes)
The 13 vignettes in this series each depict a short segment of a longer clinical interaction between a healthcare provider and an adolescent patient. The vignettes are classified by the year they were produced: 2009 and 2005. Twelve of the scenarios (all six from the 2005 cadre and the first six from 2009 group) are presented twice, each time with a different provider perspective to emphasize the nuances, techniques, problems, and strengths of each interaction. The seventh scenario in the 2009 video set has only one version and is intended to demonstrate how a provider can successfully ask a parent to “please step out” of the exam room to allow for a confidential visit.
Surgical Abortion Before Six Weeks Gestation
The CAPS Project and Planned Parenthood of Houston & Southeast Texas, Inc. (VHS, 22 minutes)
This clinician training video demonstrates how to perform a surgical abortion using a manual vacuum syringe.
Television and other Videos
Garson Romalis Stabbing
Television Footage, 2001 (VHS)
A compilation of various Canadian materials: CBC piece on doctor harassment; Dr. Weibe and RU486; Dr. Romalis shooting; 5th Estate segment (1994); Morgentaler 10th anniversary special (1998, includes a piece on MSFC at UBC).
MSFC on Fox
Various segments aired on Fox News about MSFC.
NAF 25th Anniversary
National Abortion Federation (VHS, 11 minutes)
Abortion and Reproductive Rights
J. Douglas Butler
A comprehensive guide to medicine, ethics, and the law on CD-ROM.
Caring for the Woman with an Unintended Pregnancy
The Abortion Access Project
A CD that includes Power Point slide presentations on the basics of unintended pregnancy, emergency contraception, options counseling and abortion. It also includes references, value clarification exercises, case studies and additional resources. This learning tool was developed to meet the needs of nursing and advanced practice clinical students.
Emergency Contraception Training Tool Box
Includes 2 VHS videos, a slide set, and a stack of flyers and pamphlets you can photocopy and distribute.
The Issue of Abortion in America
The Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics at Carnegie Mellon (CD-ROM)
Medical Abortion Presentation Pack
Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health
Includes a PowerPoint slide presentation on disk, a Grand Rounds lecture on medical abortion, and various PRCH brochures.
Oral History Interviews with Abortion Providers
From the Simmons College Oral History Archive (CD-ROM)
Interviews with three women involved in various aspects of abortion provision at a Massachusetts clinic. Includes content guide for each interview.