Clinics Tag

Film by Maisie Crow. Premiered at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and the LA Film Festival. Maisie Crow expands on her Emmy-nominated documentary The Last Clinic, revisiting the last remaining abortion clinic in the

Published by The Cut. Maisie Crow's Jackson tells the story of the lack of abortion access in Mississippi, revisiting the only remaining clinic in the state which was the focus of her Emmy-nominated film The Last Clinic. Produced

Co-published with MSNBC. In huge swaths of conservative America, abortion services have become less and less available. Here are the faces of the people still doing this dangerous work—and the faces of their opponents.

Co-published with The New York Times. Photography by Alice Proujansky supported by EHRP. In an effort to reframe reproductive care as a continuum that spans both birth and abortion, Buffalo Womenservices offers “full-spectrum reproductive health” services.

Co-published with Reuters. In Mississippi, Arkansas, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming, pro-life groups such as 40 Days for Life are working to bring about “the first abortion-free state where abortion is legal but it’s simply not

Co-published with Atavist. Written excerpt in The Atlantic by Alissa Quart. Photos in Wired and Slate. Quart's reported piece accompanies Crow's Emmy-nominated documentary The Last

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