“Tatia’s Story: Life to Death in 10 Hours”
Created and Directed by Carmen Jones
This film, written and directed by Carmen Traylor Jones, documents the story of Tatia Oden French and how she tragically died along with her unborn daughter after being induced with Cytotec, a drug used off-label and still not approved for labor induction by the FDA.
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Past Documentary Screenings:
The Role of the Birthing Community in Improving U.S. Maternity Care
May 1, 2017, Washington, D.C.
This educational event included a screening of the documentary “Tatia’s Story: From Life to Death in 10 Hours,” and a panel discussion among maternal health experts and leaders in the birthing community regarding the issues of racial disparities in maternal mortality, the importance of being fully informed, and the dangers of using Cytotec for labor induction.
See below for the full event recording, which can also be found on the Tatia’s Story Facebook Page.
Premiere of Tatia’s Story: From Life to Death in 10 Hours
January, 14, 2017, Oakland, CA
The premiere of Tatia’s Story, took place on January 14, 2017 in Oakland, CA at the Oakland Museum of California. The event included a panel discussion with leading midwives and the producer/director of Tatia’s Story, as well as performances from Vukani Mawethu, a nonprofit multiracial choir. You can view the full video recording of the event on the Tatia Oden French Memorial Foundation YouTube channel.