All My Babies
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African-American families had little or no access to medical care in Georgia during this time but received excellent care from their midwives.
Highly recommended for those who treasure our history!
The subject of the film, "Miss Annie" was like a pillar of strength for families in her county.
Also very moving was the interview with her grandson. He described the journey of discovery that he and his family made, because of the film, and how it deepened their knowledge of their mother's/grandmother's vital place in the community.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a lovely film. If anything, watch it for its historical value. We really enjoyed it. Takes you back to what maternity care used to be like in rural America not that long... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Microbio
What a fascinating story of a midwife who has the love and dedication to care for women beyond delivering their babies. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
So amazing! Spoiler alert!¡! Live birth shown in its full glory!Published 19 months ago by Kathe Navarro
This is a wonderful film of the old south and the family care given by the midwives, not to mention a real ( not cgi ) loving birth of a child.Published 21 months ago by Kindle Customer
"All My Babies" is an excellent movie on midwifery in Georgia in the 1950"s. I was surprised that there were quite a few African-American midwives. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Judith Ramey
I was amazed by this little film. In about one hour, it gives a glimpse into our recent past with dignity and love. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Tangela Stanley
Was good. I wish it was more on the personal life of this women. You can tell the video definitely was controlled by the system to show them up at the time. Read morePublished on April 2, 2014 by NVReader/Viewer