“Admitting more diverse women into STEM fields is only half the battle.”
On Thursday, Dec. 6, FEM will be screening “After Tiller,” a documentary about the four doctors in America who openly provide late-term abortions after the 2009 murder of George Tiller.
It’s clear that Leonard’s photographs are infused with a great deal of meaning and subtext. However, I still find it difficult to accept the circumstances under which the exhibition was framed.
While at first glance film editing may seem like a trivial part of the production of any movie, the reality is that it’s an art that makes or breaks all of your favorite films. The female editors behind these movies don’t deserve to go unrecognized any longer.
The reproductive injustice of African-American mothers is the consequence of the social and economic forces of institutional racism, and the healthcare institutions that limit the access to and quality of healthcare in vulnerable communities.