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  1. Ross, Loretta J., Sarah L. Brownlee, Dixon Dazon Diallo, and Luz Rodriguez. “The SisterSong Collective: Women of Color, Reproductive Health and Human Rights.” American Journal of Health Studies 17, no. 2 (2001).
  2. Torpy, S. J. . “Native American Women and Coerced Sterilization: On the Trail of Tears in the 1970s.” Am. Indian Cult. Res. J. 24, no. 2 (2000): 1–22.
  3. Asetoyer, Charon. “The Failing State of Native American Women's Health: Interview with Charon Asetoyer.” Center for American Progress, May 2007.
  4. Gurr, Barbara. “The Failures and Possibilities of a Human Rights Approach to Secure Native American Women's Reproductive Justice.” Societies without Borders: Human Rights and the Social Sciences 7, no. 1 (2012): 1–28.
  5. Castañeda, Antonia I. “Sexual Violence in the Politics and Policies of Conquest: Amerindian Women and the Spanish Conquest of Alta California.” In Building with Our Hands: New Directions in Chicana Studies, 15–33, 1993.
  6. Schindler, Kati, Anna E. Jackson, and Charon Asetoyer. “Indigenous Women's Reproductive Rights: The Indian Health Service and Its Inconsistent Application of the Hyde Amendment.” Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center, 2002.
  7. Silliman, Jael, Marlene Gerber Fried, Loretta Ross, and Elena R. Gutierrez. “Women of Color and Their Struggle for Reproductive Justice.” In Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice, 2004.
  8. Gurr, Barbara. “Complex Intersections: Reproductive Justice and Native  American Women.” Sociology Compass 5, no. 8 (2011): 721–35.
  9. Thomsen, Carly. “From Refusing Stigmatization Toward Celebration: New Directions for Reproductive Justice Activism.” Feminist Studies 39, no. 1 (2013): 149–58.;view=fulltext.
  10. Haimson, Chloe. “The Battle for Reproductive Justice: Denying Indian Women Plan B Affects All Women.” Indian Country Today Media Network, January 2013.
  11. The Pro-Choice Public Education Project. “Young Women of Color and Reproductive Rights-Research Commissioned by the Pro-Choice Public Education Project (PEP).” National Women's Health Network, 2005.
  12. DeFine, Michael Sullivan. “A History of Governmentally Coerced Sterilization: The Plight of the Native American Woman.” University of Maine School of Law, May 1997, 1–11.
  13. Stiffarm, Lenora A., and Phil Lane Jr. “The Demography of Native North America: A Question of American Indian Survival.” The State of Native America - Genocide, Colonization and Resistance, July 1999, 23–53.
  14. SisterSong. “A Reproductive Health Agenda for Women of Color,” n.d.
  15. Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center. “A Survey of the Availability of Plan B® and Emergency Contraceptives Within Indian Health Service.” Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center, 2008.
  16. Collins, Patricia Hill. “Shifting the Center: Race, Class, and Feminist Theorizing About Motherhood.” Mothering: Ideology, Experience, and Agency, n.d., 45–65.
  17. Native American Women's Health Education Center, and SisterSong. “SisterSong Native Women's Reproductive Rights and Health Roundtable Convenes,” n.d.
  18. Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center. “Reproductive Justice Agenda,” 2001.
  19. Arons, Jessica, and Medina Agénor. “Separate and Unequal: The Hyde Amendment and Women of Color.” Center for American Progress, December 2010.
  20. Forward Together, and Western States Center. “We Are Brave: Race, Money, and Abortion Access.” All* Above All, n.d.

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