The Center uses video as a powerful advocacy tool to help create emotional connection with the diverse range of issues we tackle. Video has helped us take complex issues and make them immediately understandable.
Explore our video archive to see the fight for reproductive rights through a different lens:
Who We Are
Spotlight on the Center’s Client, Jackson Women’s Health Organization
Supreme Court Case Explained: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health
Dialogue on Global Impact of US Regression in Access to Abortion
This virtual dialogue brought together international reproductive health, legal, human rights experts to examine the global implications of U.S. regression on abortion rights. Watch the replay here.
Using Litigation to Accelerate the Protection of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Across the Globe
After 18 long years, our client Doña Petita Albarracín has found justice. Ecuador has taken responsibility for failing to protect her daughter, Paola Guzmán Albarracín, from the sexual violence she suffered in the public school she attended.
To everyone trying to get an abortion right now …
The staff at Hope Medical Group for Women, the client in this case, discusses abortion access in Louisiana.
Rally to protect abortion access
Thousands of advocates, activists and allies rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court as the Center for Reproductive Rights argues a major abortion rights case just inside (June Medical Services v. Russo). The stakes are incredibly high—this case could shape the future of abortion access in the U.S. The law the Center is challenging would force all but one clinic in Louisiana to close, leaving just one doctor to provide abortion care for nearly one million residents who may need it.
Center for Reproductive Rights Creative Council Explains the SCOTUS Case
Creative Council chair Elizabeth Banks and other Council members discuss what’s at stake in the Center for Reproductive Rights 2020 Supreme Court abortion case.
The Supreme Court Must Protect Abortion Access
The nation’s highest court is considering Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, a case that will determine whether the state of Texas can shut down nearly all abortion care providers in the state, placing countless women at risk of serious harm. A decision is expected by the end of June 2016.
Amy Brenneman: My Abortion Story
When she was 21, actress Amy Brenneman (The Leftovers, Judging Amy) chose to have an abortion. Here, she talks about how she made that very personal decision, and why every woman’s right to choose if and when to have children must be protected and celebrated.
My Word is the Last Word
From Tanzania to Mississippi to Capitol Hill, the Center for Reproductive Rights is at the forefront of the fight to establish reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right.
This Is Where We Draw The Line
From El Salvador to Austin, Fargo to the Philippines, advocates, activists, reproductive health care providers, and the women affected by attacks on reproductive freedom tell their stories and their reasons for standing up, speaking out, and taking action.
Fundamental Human Rights
Every day, governments all over the world violate the fundamental human rights of millions of women. The Center for Reproductive Rights fights on the front lines every day to beat back these assaults — and Meryl Streep, Sarah Silverman, Amy Poehler, Billy Crudup, Audra McDonald, and many more are standing beside us in this call to action in the global battle for reproductive freedom.
Draw the Line – Sign the Bill – SPREAD THE WORD
Attacks on reproductive rights have become rampant. But when news of a movement to fight back reaches the one person capable of spreading the word to EVERYBODY, a revolution is born. Join us at drawtheline.org…
Meryl Streep Draws The Line
Meryl Streep has had enough of the attacks on women and their fundamental rights — and she’s drawing the line by signing the Bill of Reproductive Rights. Join her at drawtheline.org…
They’re Coming for Roe
First, it was the health care battle. Then it was the budget battle. Now, anti-choice lawmakers are trying to deny women insurance for abortion and allow hospitals to let women die. Where does this lead? Where will it end? Visit AHugeStepBack.com…… for more information.
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