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  1. Galpern, Emily. “A Reproductive Analysis of Genetic Technologies.” Generations Ahead, 2008. http://www.generations-ahead.org/files-for-download/articles/GenAheadReport_ReproductiveJustice.pdf.
  2. Guendelman, Sylvia, and Laura Stachel. “Infertility Status and Infertility Treatment: Racial and Ethnic Disparities.” Reducing Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Reproductive and Perinatal Outcomes: The Evidence From Population Based Interventions, 2011, 1–25. http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/978-1-4419-1499-6_6.pdf.
  3. Pesquera, Beatriz, and Denise Segura. “‘It's Her Body; It's Definitely Her Right': Chicanas/Latinas and Abortion.” In Voces: A Journal of Chicana/Latina Studies, 2:103–27, 1998. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23013249.
  4. Sanchez, George. “‘Go After The Women' – Americanization and the Mexican Immigrant Woman, 1915-1929.” In Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1–34. Working Paper No. 6, 1984. http://ccsre.stanford.edu/pdfs/WorkingPaperSeriesNo6.pdf.
  5. 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/.
  6. Lopez, Iris. “An Ethnography of Puerto Rican Women's Reproduction.” In Pragmatic Women and Body Politics, 240–59. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
  7. 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). http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-85590925.html.
  8. 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/.
  9. 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/.
  10. Lopez, Iris. “Agency and Constraint: Sterilization and Reproductive Freedom among Puerto Rican Women in New York City” Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems of World Economic Development.” The Institute, Inc. 22, no. 3/4 (1993): 299–323. http://anth1001.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/lopez_agency-and-constraint.pdf.
  11. Foulkes, Risha, Raquel Donoso, Beth Fredrick, Jennifer J. Frost, and Susheela Singh. “Opportunities for Action: Addressing Latina Sexual and Reproductive Health,” March 2005. https://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/journals/3703905.pdf.
  12. Shapiro, Ester R. “Because Words Are Not Enough: Latina Re-Visionings of Transnational Collaborations Using Health Promotion for Gender Justice and Social Change.” NWSA Journal, Feminist Formations, 17, no. 1 (Spring 2005): 141–72.
  13. 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.
  14. Dill, Bonnie Thornton, and Ruth E. Zambrana. “Disparities in Latina Health: An Intersectional Analysis.” In Gender, Race, Class and Health: Intersectional Approaches, 192–226, 2006. http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CDUQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fird.crge.umd.edu%2Fpdf_entry.php%3Fid%3D155&ei=bhfwUY_QPIe9igKzq4HYCA&usg=AFQjCNEz-aPgA2roungwFDyjYeNK7FiKiQ&sig2=vfuiEFXCb1gI3NXfGAkcCA&bvm=bv.49784469,d.cGE.
  15. 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. http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/women/news/2004/10/01/1115/undivided-rights-women-of-color-organize-for-reproductive-justice/.
  16. Gilliam , Melissa L., Meredith Warden, Chava Goldstein, and Beatriz Tapia. “Concerns About Contraceptive Side Effects Among Young Latinas: A Focus-Group Approach,” Contraception, 70, no. 4 (2004): 299–305. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010782404001337#.
  17. National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. “A National Latina Agenda for Reproductive Justice.” National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, February 2005. http://latinainstitute.org/sites/default/files/publications/legislative-materials/Natl-Latina-Agenda-for-Repro-Justice-Jan2005.pdf.
  18. SisterSong. “A Reproductive Health Agenda for Women of Color,” n.d.
  19. National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. “Forging New Partnerships: Improving Access to Reproductive Health Care for Latina Immigrants.” National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, n.d.
  20. 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.
  21. Alvarez Martinez, Luz. “The Latina Reproductive Rights Movement.” Hastings Women's Law Journal 3, no. 1 (March 28, 1991): 89–95.
  22. Gutierrez, Elena R. “‘Reproductive Health Status: Of Latinas in Chicago.' Latina Portrait: Reproductive Health Status.” Mujures Latina Accion. Chicago, Illinois: Mujures Latina Accion, n.d. http://www.mujereslatinasenaccion.org/userfiles/images/Documents/Latina%20Portrait-%20Reproductive%20Health%20Status.pdf.
  23. 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.
  24. Collins, Patricia Hill. “Shifting the Center: Race, Class, and Feminist Theorizing About Motherhood.” Mothering: Ideology, Experience, and Agency, n.d., 45–65. http://www.neiu.edu/~circill/castro/soc320i/raceclass.pdf.
  25. Gutierrez, Elena R., Georgina Feldberg, Molly Ladd-Taylor, Alison Li, and Kathryn McPherson. “Policing ‘Pregnant Pilgrims': Welfare, Health Care and the Control of Mexican-Origin.” In In Women, Health and Nation: The U.S. and Canada since 1945, 379–403. Montreal and Kinston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2003. http://www.mqup.ca/women--health--and-nation-products-9780773525009.php?page_id=73&.
  26. Roberts, Dorothy, and Sujatha Jesudason. “Movement Intersectionality: The Case of Race, Gender, Disability, and Genetic Technologies.” W. E. B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research 10, no. 2 (2013): 313–28.
  27. Manchikanti Gomez, Anu, Liza Fuentes, and Amy Allina. “Women or LARC First? Reproductive Autonomy And the Promotion of Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Methods.” Perspectives on Sexual Reproductive Health 46, no. 3 (September 2014): 1–5.
  28. Forward Together, and Western States Center. “We Are Brave: Race, Money, and Abortion Access.” All* Above All, n.d. http://allaboveall.org/resource/we-are-brave/.
  29. Arons, Jessica, and Medina Agénor. “Separate and Unequal: The Hyde Amendment and Women of Color.” Center for American Progress, December 2010. https://cdn.americanprogress.org/wp-content/uploads/issues/2010/12/pdf/hyde_amendment.pdf.
  30. National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. “Latina Immigrants and Abortion,” July 2005. http://www.latinainstitute.org/en.
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