Stop. The. Bans.
American Physicians Speak Out
“Stop. The. Bans. American Physicians Speak Out” is an ACLU of Georgia original video series on the impact that an abortion ban would have on women’s healthcare.
“Since the Georgia legislature passed the abortion ban, we have received questions about what it means for women’s healthcare. We went to the experts – American physicians who provide healthcare for women – and asked them what an abortion ban would mean for their practice,” said Andrea Young, executive director of the ACLU of Georgia.
“We asked physicians in a number of different disciplines out of the awareness that the effect of this law went far beyond limiting or eliminating access to abortion care, as detrimental as that would be by itself. This law has even greater implications for women to access to healthcare, period."
The series includes 19 physicians from diverse disciplines: obstetrics and gynecology, cardiology, emergency medicine, family medicine, psychiatry, psychology, internal medicine, maternal fetal medicine, and oncology.
This is a 32-part series. We will publish videos weekly.
Click a title to go to the page where you can view the video.
Black Women, Maternal Mortality, and Abortion Care
Heart Disease, Pregnancy, and Risks
Reproductive Healthcare and Contraceptive Failures
Abortion Bans Would Take Away Her Freedom to Decide
Medication Trials Almost Universally Exclude Pregnant Women
Stop The Bans Campaign
The Past: Roe v. Wade
The Present: SisterSong v. Kemp
The Problem: Georgia Has a Maternal Mortality Crisis
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American Physicians Speak Out video series