August 28, 2019 –
"JANE: AN ABORTION SERVICE", a Sundance Film Festival selection, is about the secret, women-run abortion service that flourished from the late ‘60s and during a time of illegal, and often deadly abortions. The service founded by nationally known organizer Heather Booth continued until abortion was legalized by the US Supreme Court. Case Roe v. Wade on January 22, 1973. Reproduction rights experts and activists helping low income women get abortions today will kick off the post-film discussion.
Hosted by the Resistance Center
6:30pm - 8:30pm with half film, half discussion, in the Forbes Library (Northampton) downstairs community film. No fee required. Accessible.