INDEBTED TO ALL WOMEN – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

Because she lost consciousness, Teodora Vásquez doesn’t remember the details of her baby’s birth. She remembers bleeding and calling for paramedics. Being taken to a police station and handcuffed. Waking in a hospital to learn she’d been charged with killing her baby—and later sentenced to thirty years in prison. Hers is just one of the stories highlighted in the documentary En deuda con todas (Indebted to All Women), which explores the draconian law against abortion in El Salvador.

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