CRRJ Reproductive Justice Virtual Library
Featured Topic Area
Native Americans and Indigenous communities have survived various forms of reproductive oppression. To shed light on the perseverance of these under-covered groups in the face of struggles for reproductive health and freedom, Noemi Linares-Ramirez has annotated an initial collection of informative resources.
Respondents to our survey about what to include in the first phase of the library indicated strong support for briefs and reports authored by reproductive justice organizations. The survey indicated that reproductive justice activists rely on this type of resources the most for information about the framework and the movement. With that in mind, we are featuring a report by California Latinas for Reproductive Justice called, Unearthing Latina/o Voices on Family, Pregnancy, and Reproductive Justice.
About the Library
The Reproductive Justice Virtual Library is an online, searchable catalog of annotated sources illuminating the foundations and growing edges of the reproductive justice framework. Read more about the library…
About the Curator
Dr. Elena Gutiérrez has drawn on her own research and input from members of the reproductive justice community to carefully curate this collection of articles, reports, and other selections. Read more about Dr. Gutiérrez…
About the Center
The Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice (CRRJ pronounced “courage”) advances policy solutions by connecting people and ideas across the academic-advocate divide. Read more about our mission…
CRRJ owes an enormous debt of gratitude to Dr. Elena Gutiérrez for her vision and leadership in launching Phase 1 of the Reproductive Justice Virtual Library. Neither the results, nor the process, would have been the same without her unparalleled commitment.
Lead Annotators: Jessica Gutiérrez, Noemi Linares-Ramirez, Kathleen Messinger, Nina Metsovaara, and Sophia Zamudio-Haas.
Special thanks are also due to Nili Aleksandrovicz, Mariela Cisneros, Jessica Gutiérrez, Michaela Ferrari, Sophie Ha, Madeline Hale, Noemi Linares-Ramirez, Abbey Marr, Kathleen Messinger, Nina Metsovaara, and Melissa Trent.