After Tiller

PBS Premiere: Sept. 1, 2014Check the broadcast schedule »

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After Tiller
The film's website offers a number of resources, including additional information about the film, resources, ways to get involved and links to news reports.

Original Online Content on POV
To enhance the broadcast, POV has produced an interactive website to enable viewers to explore the film in greater depth. The After Tiller website -- -- offers a streaming video trailer for the film; an interview with the filmmaker; a list of related websites, articles and books; a downloadable discussion guide; and special features.


Exploring Constitutional Conflicts
This website explores several amendments, including the Ninth Amendment and arguments for a constitutional right to privacy.

First Amendment Center
The site of this nonpartisan project provides blog posts on a range of relevant topics, including the right to protest and separation of church and state.

FiveThirtyEight DataLab: Maps of Access to Abortion by State
This statistical site offers a map that depicts individual states' abortion laws.

Legal Information Institute: Roe v. Wade
This Cornell University Law School website provides summaries and opinions related to U.S. Supreme Court rulings. This page addresses the Roe v. Wade decision.

National Constitution Center
The website of this Philadelphia museum is home to an annotated, online text of the U.S. Constitution.
To encourage critical thinking and civil discourse, this nonpartisan website provides summaries of debates over controversial issues.

Shmoop: Abortion and Privacy
This website, which is easier to read than most legal sites, provides a good explanation of the link between abortion law and the right to privacy.

KMUW: Crossing the Cedar Fence
Five years after the murder of Dr. Tiller, South Wind Women's Center is offering abortion services in the same building where Dr. Tiller worked. Next door is a Right-to-Life clinic called Choices. This documentary looks back at the debate over abortion, which played out in Wichita beginning with the "Summer of Mercy" protests in 1991 and again in 2001. The documentary is accompanied by audio of a live discussion with Julie Burkhart, executive director of South Wind Women's Center and Dr. Scott Stringfield, medical director and board chair for Choices Medical Clinic.