Do., 07. Juni|
SCREENING & DISKUSSION „The Racial Politics of Abortion“ by Dawn Porter (USA 2016, 25min)
with Diane Arce (Black Lives Matter chapter Berlin) & Johanna Warth (Bündnis für sexuelle Selbstbestimmung)
Zeit & Ort
07. Juni 2018, 19:00
Frauenkreise, Choriner Str. 10, 10119 Berlin, Deutschland
Über die Veranstaltung
Discussion with the Black Lives Matter Chapter Berlin and the Bündnis für sexuelle Selbstbestimmung
We are screening the short documentary „The Racial Politics of Abortion“ by Dawn Porter.
The film reports on the often-overlooked Black women* who seek out reproductive services in America and gives a snapshot into the lives of Black healthcare providers, mothers and pro-choice and pro-life activists and shows how laws that restrict abortion access impact Black women* and their families.
We will discuss the short documentary, draw parallels to black women*’s and women* of color’s experiences in Germany and talk about the urgency of intersectional perspectives and reproductive justice with
Diane Arce, Black Lives Matter Chapter Berlin
Johanna Warth, Bündnis für sexuelle Selbstbestimmung
Dawn Porter is an award-winning filmmaker. Her 2016 film, “TRAPPED,” which centers on abortion rights in America, won the Special Jury Award for Social Impact Filmmaking at the Sundance Film Festival.