AMSA Reproductive Health Project - Film & Discussion Interest Form
The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) believes that abortion services are a vital component of reproductive health care; that physicians who provide abortion care are essential to our communities; and that their practice should legally protected and available to all in need in regardless of how much they earn, who they work for, or what state they live in.  

The AMSA Abortion Care & Reproductive Health Project is dedicated to advancing these values, and is pleased to offer film viewing and dynamic discussion opportunities for AMSA Chapters, groups of student members, and/or alumni. We invite you to explore the films we are currently offering below and complete this short contact form and we'll be in touch to make arrangements.

At Your Cervix
Breaks the Silence about how medical and nursing students learn to perform pelvic exams in the U.SThe film exposes how students are often taught on unconscious patients without their knowledge or consent. At the same time it offers an empowering solution that will revolutionize how pelvic exams are performed  in schools and clinics across the country. EXPLORE the film. Watch the TRAILER.

Belly of the Beast
When an unlikely duo discovers a pattern of illegal sterilizations in women’s prisons, they wage a near impossible battle against the Department of Corrections. Filmed over seven years with extraordinary access and intimate accounts from currently and formerly incarcerated people, BELLY OF THE BEAST exposes modern-day eugenics and reproductive injustice in California prisons. EXPLORE the film. Watch the TRAILER  

Do No Harm
Doctors are our healers, yet they have the highest rate of suicide among any profession. Medical students and families of physicians touched by suicide come out of the shadows to expose this silent epidemic and the truth about a sick healthcare system that not only drives our brilliant young doctors to take their own lives but puts patients lives at risk too.  EXPLORE the film. Watch the TRAILER.

The Janes
In the spring of 1972, police raided an apartment on the South Side of Chicago where seven women who were part of a clandestine network were arrested and charged. Using code names, fronts, and safe houses to protect themselves and their work, the accused had built an underground service for women seeking safe, affordable, illegal abortions. They called themselves "Jane." EXPLORE the film. Watch the TRAILER.
  • VIEW & SHARE related AMSA Livestream - Call Jane: Providing Abortion Care in Pre-Roe America & Lessons for Today, featuring Heather Booth the founder of Jane
For more information please email, Becky Martin (bmartin@amsa.org)
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