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  1. Cherry, April. “The Detention, Confinement, and Incarceration of Pregnant Women for the Benefit of Fetal Health.” Columbia Journal of Gender & Law 16, no. 1 (March 2007): 147. http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1165&context=fac_articles.
  2. Dolgin, Janet L., and Katherine R. Dieterich. “The ‘Other' Within: Health Care Reform, Class, and The Politics of Reproduction.” Seattle University Law Rev. 35 (2012): 1–47.
  3. Roberta A., Downing, Thomas A. LaVeist, and Bullock Heather E. . “Intersections of Ethnicity and Social Class in Provider Advice Regarding Reproductive Health.” American Journal of Public Health 97, no. 10 (October 2007): 1803–7.
  4. Laguens, Dawn. “Planned Parenthood and the Next Generation of Feminist Activists.” Feminist Studies, 2013, 187–91. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/p/pod/dod-idx/planned-parenthood-and-the-next-generation-of-feminist.pdf?c=fs;idno=0499697.0039.110.
  5. Bridgewater, Pamela D. “Un/Re/Dis Covering Slave Breeding in Thirteenth Amendment Jurisprudence” 7, no. 1 (April 2001): 1–35. http://scholarlycommons.law.wlu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1099&context=crsj.
  6. Ocen, Priscilla A. “Punishing Pregnancy: Race, Incarceration, and the Shackling of Pregnant Prisoners.” California Law Review 100, no. 5 (October 2012): 1239–1311. http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=82280938&site=ehost-live.
  7. Bridges, Khiara M. “Quasi-Colonial Bodies: An Analysis of the Reproductive Lives of Poor Black and Racially Subjugated Women.” Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 18, no. 2 (2009): 609–46. http://ucelinks.cdlib.org:8888/sfx_local?genre=article&issn=10626220&title=Columbia+Journal+of+Gender+%26+Law&volume=18&issue=2&date=20090301&atitle=QUASI-COLONIAL+BODIES%3a+AN+ANALYSIS+OF+THE+REPRODUCTIVE+LIVES+OF+POOR+BLACK+AND+RACIALLY+SUBJUGATED+WOMEN.&spage=609&sid=EBSCO:qrh&pid=.
  8. 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. http://prochoice.org/pubs_research/publications/downloads/about_abortion/indigenous_women.pdf.
  9. Center for Reproductive Rights. “Reproductive Rights and Women with Disabilities: A Human Rights Framework.” Center for Reproductive Rights, January 2002. http://reproductiverights.org/sites/crr.civicactions.net/files/documents/pub_bp_disabilities.pdf.
  10. California Latinas for Reproductive Justice. “Making the Case for Latinas Reproductive Health & Justice Policy.” Volume III, 2009. http://www.californialatinas.org/our-work/research/clrj-led-research/.
  11. Pillard, Cornelia T.L. “Our Other Reproductive Choices: Equality in Sex Education, Contraceptive Access, and Work-Family Policy.” Emory Law Journal 56, no. 4 (April 2007): 941–91. http://scholarship.law.georgetown.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1191&context=facpub.
  12. California Latinas for Reproductive Justice. “Unearthing Latina/o Voices on Family, Pregnancy and Reproductive Justice.” Volume V, 2010. http://www.californialatinas.org/our-work/research/clrj-led-research/.
  13. Davis, Angela. “Racism, Birth Control and Reproductive Rights.” In Women, Race and Class, 202–71. London, England: The Women's Press, 1982.
  14. Chang, Grace, and Kathleen Kim. “Reconceptualizing Approaches to Human Trafficking: New Directions and  Perspectives from the Field(s).” Loyola Law School, 2007, 1–27. http://www.sacramentosect.org/uploads/5/0/9/5/5095098/reconceptualizing_approaches_to_ht.pdf.
  15. Roberts, Dorothy. “Unshackling Black Motherhood.” Michigan Law Review 95, no. 4 (1997): 938–64. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1290050.
  16. Ginsburg, Faye, and Rayna Rapp. “The Politics of Reproduction.” Annual Review of Anthropology, no. 20 (1991): 311–43. http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev.an.20.100191.001523.
  17. California Latinas for Reproductive Justice. “Young Women Speak Out - Perspectives and Implications of Reproductive Health, Rights & Justice Policies.” Volume II. California Latinas for Reproductive Justice, 2010. http://www.californialatinas.org/our-work/research/clrj-led-research/.
  18. Spade, Dean. “Resisting Medicine, Re/Modeling Gender.” Berkeley Women's Law Journal, 2003, 15–37.
  19. Spade, Dean. “Medicaid Policy & Gender-Confirming Healthcare for Trans People: An Interview with Advocates.” Seattle Journal for Social Justice, Transgender Issues and the Law, 8 (Spring–Summer 2010): 497–510.
  20. Coleman, Carl H. “Conceiving Harm: Disability Discrimination in Reproductive Technologies.” UCLA Law Review 50 (2002): 102–56.
  21. Sosa-Riddell, Adaljiza. “The Bioethics of Reproductive Techonolgies: Impacts and Implications for Latinas.” In Chicana Critical Issues, 183–96. Berkeley, CA: Third Women Press, 1993.
  22. Arons, Jessica, and Madina Agenor. “Separate and Unequal: The Hyde Amendment and Women of Color.” Center for American Progress, December 2010. http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2010/12/pdf/hyde_amendment.pdf.
  23. Gilliam , Melissa L., Amy Neustadt, and Rivka Gordon. “A Call to Incorporate a Reproductive Justice Agenda into Reproductive Health Clinical Practice and Policy.” Contraception, April 2009.
  24. Thomsen, Carly. “From Refusing Stigmatization Toward Celebration: New Directions for Reproductive Justice Activism.” Feminist Studies 39, no. 1 (2013): 149–58. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fs/0499697.0039.108/--from-refusing-stigmatization-toward-celebration-new?rgn=main;view=fulltext.
  25. Roth, Rachel. “Searching for the State: Who Governs Prisoner's Reproductive Rights?” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society” 11, no. 3 (2004): 411–38. http://www.hawaii.edu/hivandaids/Searching_for_the_State__Who_Governs_Prisoners_Reproductive_Rights.pdf.
  26. Anderson, Bebe J. “Lesbians, Gays, and People Living with HIV: Facing and Fighting Barriers to Assisted Reproduction.” Cordorzo Journal of Law and Gender 15, no. 3 (2009): 451–75. http://www.cardozolawandgender.com/uploads/2/7/7/6/2776881/15-3_anderson.pdf.
  27. Western States Center. “Reproductive Justice 101: A Select History,” 2008. http://www.westernstatescenter.org/tools-and-resources/Tools/reproductive-justice-101-a-select-history/?searchterm=Timeline%20of%20Reproductive%20Oppression%20and%20Justice.
  28. Azize-Vargas, Y, and L A Avilés. “Abortion in Puerto Rico: The Limits of a Colonial Legality.” Puerto Rico Health Sciences Journal 17, no. 1 (March 1998): 27–36.
  29. Bell, A. V. “‘It's Way Out Of My League': Low-Income Women's Experiences of Medicalized Infertility.” Gender & Society 23, no. 5 (January 2009): 688–709.
  30. Shen, Eveline. “Prop 4 Victory Brief - Reproductive Justice at the Ballot Box.” Volume. The Momentum Series, 2008.
  31. Bowman, Moira. “Winning Reproductive Justice: Contributions To Policy Change From The Reproductive Justice Movement.” The Momentum Series. ACRJ, 2008. http://strongfamiliesmovement.org/assets/docs/ACRJ-MS1-Winning-RJ.pdf.
  32. Ford Foundation, and Lora Foo. “Welfare Reform's Impact on Asian American Women.” In Asian American Women: Issues, Concerns, and Responsive Human and Civil Rights Advocacy, 25–45. iUniverse, Inc., 2003.
  33. Paltrow, Lynn M. “The War on Drugs and the War on Abortion: Some Initial Thoughts on the Connections, Intersections and Effects.” Reproductive Health Matters 10, no. 19 (May 2002): 162–70. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3775786.
  34. Kuumba, Monica Bahati. “Perpetuating Neo-Colonialism through Population Control: South Africa and the United States.” Africa Today 40, no. 3 (September 1993): 79–85. doi:10.2307/4186924.
  35. 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.
  36. Jesudason, Sujatha Anbuselvi . “In the Hot Tub: The Praxis of Building New Alliances for Reprogenetics.” Signs 34, no. 4 (July 2009): 901–24. doi:10.2307/40272269.
  37. Gallo, Cristina. “Marrying Poor: Women's Citizenship, Race, and TANF Policies.” UCLA Women's Law Journal 19 (Spring 2012): 61–116. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/58295999#page-2.
  38. Cordoba, Rocio de Loudres. “A Brief Note on the Birth of Latinas.” Hastings Women's Law Journal 3, no. 1 (March 28, 1991): 71–81.
  39. Romero, Diana, and Madina Agenor. “US Fertility Prevention as Poverty Prevention: An Empirical Question and Social Justice Issue.” Women's Health Issues 19, no. 6 (2009): 355–64. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2775139/pdf/nihms-138358.pdf.
  40. Hooton, Angela. “Symposium: A Broader Vision of the Reproductive Rights Movement: Fusing Mainstream and Latina Feminism.” Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law 13, no. 1 (1, 2005): 59–86. http://digitalcommons.wcl.american.edu/jgspl/vol13/iss1/5.
  41. Price, Kimala. “Teaching About Reproduction, Politics, And Social Justice.” Transformations 19, no. 2 (Autumn 2008–Winter 2009): 42–136.
  42. Mutcherson, Kimberly M. “Disabling Dreams of Parenthood: The Fertility Industry, Anti-Discrimination and Parents with Disabilities.” Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice, Forthcoming 27, no. 311 (September 10, 2009): 311–64.
  43. Grossman, Daniel, Kate Grindlay, and Bridgit Burns. “Public Funding for Abortion Where Broadly Legal.” Contraception, 2016.
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