Calling Back Our Womb podcast on the attack of pregnant Central American mothers in detention

Calling Back Our Womb is a new sister network of Xicana Chronicles that produces a podcast series that centers indigenous experiences and knowledge.

Via Calling Back Our Womb

Episode 2 of CBOW is dedicated to the Central American women inside the immigrant prisons across the U.S. and features a story about the forced abortions pregnant women are being subjected to inside these prisons.

We will hear a moving testimony from Ana about her experience and the experiences of pregnant women locked inside these facilities.

We want to warn listeners that today’s episode is for mature audiences only as it contains graphic descriptions of violence and systemic government practices that may be difficult for some to process.

Original video by Town Hall Summer and Global Exchange.

Produced by Xica Media | Music for this episode is by Yetlanezi and Yacatsol.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES to take action:

DIVEST from companies to support for-profit and immigrant prisons, you can learn more and sign a petition here or read this article how your retirement fund may be supporting this industry.

DONATE to or VOLUNTEER for these groups in the US:
RAICES | CARA Pro Bono project | Children’s Defense Fund | Catholic Charities San Antonio

SUPPORT OUR SISTER PROJECT, Contacto Migrante, by donating or partnering with us.
Website: www.ContactoMigrante.com  GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/contacto-migrante


If you appreciate the work produced on Xicana Chronicles or the Calling Back Our Womb show, please consider sharing our link and donating to this volunteer-run project. Thank you for your support.

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Iris Rodriguez

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If you enjoy the work we do, please donate to sponsor/support Xicana Chronicles and Xica Media networks: http://paypal.me/xicamedia
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