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Today on Your Call: What challenges do abortion providers face?
On today's Your Call, we’ll discuss the new documentary, After Tiller, which documents the struggles abortion care providers have faced since 2009 when Dr. George Tiller was murdered in his Wichita, Kansas church. His clinic, which provides third-trimester abortions, reopened its doors this year. That procedure is now performed by only four doctors in the country. All former colleagues of Dr. Tiller, they risk their lives every day. Why do they do it? Join the conversation on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.
Samara Azam-Yu is executive director of ACCESS Oakland, a reproductive health organization
Lana Wilson is one of the directors of the new documentary film, “After Tiller”
Tammi Kromenaker is director of the Red River Women's Clinic in Fargo, North Dakota
Sarp Aksel is an M.D. Candidate at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and is president of Medical Students for Choice
Julie Burkhart is the founder and executive director of the South Wind Women’s Center in Wichita, Kansas. It opened in April of this year in the same building Dr. George Tiller’s clinic had been in when he was shot in 2009
After Tiller, the movie
Resources for Women and Clinicians:
RH Reality Check: Late term abortion facts and stories and ways to help
UCSF: Later abortion