SOURCE: Nursing Clio
by Donna J. Drucker
The documentary combines an endorsement of conspiratorial suspicion of pharmaceutical contraception and scientifically questionable fertility management under the guise of "empowerment" with a dose of financial conflict of interest thrown in.
SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Joseph R. Fitzgerald
As an activist with the Combahee River Collective and after, Barbara Smith helped define the attention to the relationships among racism, sexism and social class associated with the term "intersectionality." Here, she discusses the past and future of reproductive justice with her biographer.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Without a recognized privacy right to reproductive freedom, legal precedents like the Buck v. Bell decision could allow states to resume forcibly sterilizing women they deem unfit for motherhood.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
"If women cannot dictate this most basic aspect of their being, then the Supreme Court has effectively consigned them to a distinctly secondary tier of citizenship."
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by SaraEllen Strongman
Black women activists have been more likely than their white counterparts to place abortion rights in the broader context of reproductive justice: the freedom to have or not have children on one's own terms without the coercive pressure of political or economic power.
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