Likna examines the paid receipt that freed her from imprisonment in a locked patio of a USA-based Nonprofit Hospital in Haiti. Traced photograph with altered facial features (original photograph by China Tolliver)

A reproductive-justice project to abolish hospital prison and reckon with obstetric apartheid

Project Partners

Alissa Jordan, PhD
Center for Experimental Ethnography
Carmelle Moise, RN
Mama Baby Ayiti
  • Oeuvre d’Abel Ntambue

    Le Dr Abel Ntambue est professeur  à l’École de santé publique de l’Université de Lubumbashi en République démocratique du Congo. Le professeur Ntambue s’est entretenu avec le Dr Cowgill et Alissa Jordan pour une conversation sur ses recherches et ses propres antécédents. Découvrez sa recherche formative sur la détention à l’hôpital et les obstacles socio-économiques […]

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    Oeuvre d’Abel Ntambue
  • Nou Pale ak Mis Guerlande

     Guerlande, yon mis Pòtoprens, pale sou WhatsApp sou lòpital misyone ki mache kou prizòn andan Ayiti. Nou chanje non li epi chanje son vwa li pou pwoteje idantite li.

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    Nou Pale ak Mis Guerlande
  • Speaking with Nurse Guerlande

    Nurse Guerlande shared her story in original Creole over WhatsApp. For the English-speaking audiences, Rooddaelle Dayou, a voice actress, provides an interpretation of Nurse Guerlande’s stories.

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  • Speaking with Likna

    Likna shared her story in original Creole over WhatsApp. For English-speaking audiences, Enica Danielle Orné, a Haitian Creole translator, provides a voice interpretation of part of Naomi’s story.

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    Speaking with Likna