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- Zimmerman, Kristen, and Vera Miao. “Fertile Ground: Women Organizing at the Intersection of Environmental justice and Reproductive Justice,” 2009. http://movementbuilding.movementstrategy.org/media/docs/1422_FertileGround.pdf.
- Gaard, Greta. “Reproductive Technology, or Reproductive Justice? An Ecofeminist, Environmental justice Perspective on the Rhetoric of Choice.” Indiana University Press 15, no. 2 (2010): 103–29. http://ucelinks.cdlib.org:8888/sfx_local?sid=jstor:jstor&genre=article&issn=10856633&eissn=15355306&volume=15&pages=+103-129&spage=103&epage=129&atitle=Reproductive+Technology%2C+or+Reproductive+Justice%3F%3A+An+Ecofeminist%2C+Environmental+Justice+Perspective+on+the+Rhetoric+of+Choice&date=2010&issue=2.
- Gurr, Barbara. “Complex Intersections: Reproductive Justice and Native American Women.” Sociology Compass 5, no. 8 (2011): 721–35.
- Rodriguez-Trias, Helen. “1993 Presidential Address - Women Are Organizing: Environmental and Population Policies Will Never Be the Same.” 1993 Presidential Address 84 (September 1994): 1379–82. doi:10.2105/AJPH.84.9.1379.
- Di Chiro, Giovanna. “Living Environmentalisms: Coalition Politics, Social Reproduction, and Environmental justice” 17, no. 2 (2008): 276–98.
- Cook, Katsi. “Cook: Women Are the First Environment.” Text. Indian Country Today Media Network.com, December 2003. http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/ictarchives/2003/12/23/cook-women-are-the-first-environment-89746.
- McCarthy, Angie. “On Fertile Ground: The Environmental and Reproductive Justice Movements as a Unified Force for Reforming Toxic Chemical Regulation.” Sustainable Development Law & Policy 13, no. 1 (April 2013): 58–60. http://digitalcommons.wcl.american.edu/sdlp/vol13/iss1/4.