In a leaked document last month, it appears that the Supreme Court is planning to strike down the 50 year old ruling that protects a woman’s right to choose. Rob Solomon interviews Jan about exactly what’s happening, why it’s happening and what the impact will be nationally and locally. Listen here.
Inside Washington County: Roe vs Wade
Words and Pictures: Documentarian Jan Haaken
Psychologist turned filmmaker Jan Haaken talks about her forays into endangered habitats, war zones, and hospitals for the criminally insane.
Listen to the interview with host S.W. Conser here.
Mad in America: Trauma and Mental Health in Social Movements
In this interview with Emaline Friedman, Jan discusses her background in anti-psychiatry and other social movements and her experience liaising between theory and praxis in feminist movements, Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, and #MeToo.
You can listen or read the transcript here.
KBOO - OLD MOLE VARIETY HOUR
Opening in July and extending through November 2022, a special exhibit at the Portland Art Museum presents a series of riveting photographs of the Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 through the eyes of BIPOC artists in Portland. In their Left & the Law segment, Jan Haaken and Mike Snedeker talk about this exhibit, discussing as well the importance of visual storytelling and representations of mass social justice movements.
Workers for Reproductive Rights
Patricia Kullberg speaks with filmmaker and Mole Jan Haaken and reproductive rights activist Sierra Romesburg from Democratic Socialists of America about reproductive justice and Jan’s documentary about abortion providers: Our Bodies, Our Doctors.
FEMINISM & FILMMAKING
Moving Images: Psychoanalytically-Informed Methods in Documenting the Lives of Women Migrants and Asylum-Seekers
Walk 13. Walking with filmmaker and academic Jan Haaken in London: Feminists Walking the City
In downtown Portland, Walk of the Heroines invites contemplation on women and on heroism