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Wednesday, January 22, 2003 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Post Roe V. Wade, Women Still Die From Back-Alley...
2003-01-22

From Mobile, Al to San Francisco, Ca: A Conversation On Access to Abortion and Abortion Training for Med Students

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  • Center for Choice in Mobile Alabama Executive Director Pat Mitchell explains why she keeps going despite the shootings, anthrax, arson, and harassment, from "The Fragile Promise of Choice: Abortion in the United States Today", a documentary directed by Dorothy Fadiman and produced by Beth Seltzer (1996).

Guests:

  • Pat Mitchell, Executive Director of the Center for Choice in Mobile, Alabama. It is the only clinic in the Mobile, Alabama/Pensacola, Florida area where a doctor has not been killed.
  • Jennifer Parker, executive director of a group called Access, which is a hotline and resource for women seeking abortions.
  • Dr. Jody Steinauer, OB-GYN at the University of California — San Francisco, and founder of Medical Students for Choice.

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