Reproductive Rights and the Women Who Sparked a Movement
Producer: Bonnie Bertram
Editor: Brian Kamerzel
Associate Producer: Sandra McDaniel
From breaking sexual taboos in the 1970s to “The Handmaid’s Tale” today: The fight over women’s bodies continues to resonate.
Click here for more information on the groundbreaking book Our Bodies, Ourselves.
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