A growing number of incarcerated women across the U.S. are pregnant. What happens to women who are pregnant in prison, and to the babies born to them?
FRONTLINE and The Marshall Project go inside Alabama’s Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women in “Tutwiler” — an unforgettable window into the lives of pregnant women behind bars, and what happens to their newborns. Documentary short coming soon, from Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Elaine McMillion Sheldon and investigative reporter Alysia Santo.
“Tutwiler” will be available streaming soon, here: www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/tutwiler
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