A look at the impact of Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers (TRAP) laws in the southern United States, and their disproportionate effect on women living in poverty. Trapped follows the physicians, staff, and patients of abortion clinics in Alabama and Mississippi as they struggle to remain open in an increasingly hostile legal and political climate. The film follows clinic owners June Ayers, and Diane Derzis and Dr. Willie Porter, one of only a few doctors courageous enough to perform abortions in the Deep South.

Date: Sunday, February 9, 3PM
Location: James Room, 4th Floor, Barnard Hall

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Participants in the discussion include:

Cyndi Stivers (moderator)
Christie Marchese, Executive Director, Picture Motion
Andrea Miller, President, NARAL Pro Choice NY
Chris Hegedus, documentary filmmaker

Other films in the Works in Progress Program include: Councilwoman Castillo and Wednesdays in Mississippi