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  1. Galpern, Emily. “A Reproductive Analysis of Genetic Technologies.” Generations Ahead, 2008.
  2. National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum. “Immigration Reform and the Impact on Pregnant and Birthing Asian and Pacific Islander Immigrant Women.” Issue Brief, February 2007.
  3. Bridgewater, Pamela D. “Un/Re/Dis Covering Slave Breeding in Thirteenth Amendment Jurisprudence” 7, no. 1 (April 2001): 1–35.
  4. Waxman, Barbara Faye. “Up Against Eugenics: Disabled Women's Challenge to Receive Reproductive Health Services.” Sexuality and Disability 12, no. 2 (1994): 155–71.
  5. 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.
  6. Gottlieb, Chris. “Reflections on Judging Mothering.” University of Baltimore Law Review 39 (Spring 2010): 1–12.
  7. Beisel, Nicola, and Tamara Kay. “Abortion, Race, and Gender in Nineteenth-Century America.” American Sociological Review 69, no. 4 (August 2004): 498–518. doi:10.2307/3593062.
  8. Burnham, Margaret A. “An Impossible Marriage: Slave Law and Family Law,” 1987, 187–225.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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).
  12. Ross, Loretta J. “The Color of Choice: White Supremacy and Reproductive Justice,” n.d., 1–18.
  13. Ocen, Priscilla A. “Punishing Pregnancy: Race, Incarceration, and the Shackling of Pregnant Prisoners.” California Law Review 100, no. 5 (October 2012): 1239–1311.
  14. Center for Reproductive Rights. “Reproductive Rights and Women with Disabilities: A Human Rights Framework.” Center for Reproductive Rights, January 2002.
  15. Zimmerman, Kristen, and Vera Miao. “Fertile Ground: Women Organizing at the Intersection of Environmental Justice and Reproductive Justice,” 2009.
  16. Khan, Surina. “Climate of Opportunity - Gender and Movement Building at the Intersection of Reproductive Justice and Environmental Justice.” The Women's Foundation of California, November 2009.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. Anderson, Kelly. “LGBT Reproductive Rights.” Off Our Backs 36, no. 4 (November 2006): 44–47.
  20. Bond, Toni M. “Barriers Between Black Women & the Reproduction Rights Movement.” Committee on Women, Population, And the Environment at Adelphi University, no. 8 (2001): 1–4.
  21. The Opportunity Agenda. “Reproductive Justice: A Communications Overview.” Tides Center, September 2010.
  22. 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.,d.cGE.
  23. 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.
  24. Gurr, Barbara. “Complex Intersections: Reproductive Justice and Native  American Women.” Sociology Compass 5, no. 8 (2011): 721–35.
  25. 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.
  26. 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.
  27. Causes in Common. “Causes in Common: Reproductive Justice & LGBT Liberation.” The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center, 2006.
  28. National Women's Law Center: Expanding the Possibilities. “If You Really Care about LGBT Rights, You Should Care About Reproductive Justice!,” October 2011.
  29. Western States Center. “Reproductive Justice 101: A Select History,” 2008.
  30. Di Chiro, Giovanna. “Living Environmentalisms: Coalition Politics, Social Reproduction, and Environmental Justice” 17, no. 2 (2008): 276–98.
  31. 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.
  32. Colen, Shellee. “‘Like a Mother to Them': Stratified Reproduction and West Indian Childcare Workers and Employers in New York”.” In Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction, 78–102. University of California Press., 1995.
  33. Arons, Jessica. “More than a Choice: A Progressive Vision for Reproductive Health and Rights.” Center for American Progress, September 2006.
  34. Silliman, Jael Miriam, Elena R. Gutierrez, Loretta Ross, and Marlene Gerber Fried. “The Political Context for Women of Color Organizing in Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice.” In Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice. South End Press, 2004.
  35. SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective. “Reproductive Justice Briefing Book: A Primer on Reproductive Justice and Social Change,” 2007.
  36. National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum, and Courtney Chappell. “Reclaiming Choice, Broadening the Movement: Sexual and Reproductive Justice and Asian Pacific American Women, A National Agenda for Action.” Agenda. National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum, 2009.
  37. Shen, Eveline. “Prop 4 Victory Brief - Reproductive Justice at the Ballot Box.” Volume. The Momentum Series, 2008.
  38. 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.
  39. Diallo, Dazon Dixon. “Reflections of a Human Rights Educator.” Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism 4, no. 2 (May 2004): 124–28.
  40. 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.
  41. Smith, Andrea. “Beyond Pro-Choice versus Pro-Life: Women of Color and Reproductive Justice.” NWSA Journal 17, no. 1 (April 2005): 119–40. doi:10.2307/4317105.
  42. Quiroga, Seline. “Blood Is Thicker than Water: Policing Donor Insemination and the Reproduction of Whiteness.” Hypatia 22, no. 2 (April 2007): 143–61.
  43. Zeenat N. , Hasan. “Reproductive Health Restrictions Hurt Asian-American Women.” American Civil Liberties Union, May 2013.
  44. Jordan-Young, Rebecca, Lucy Trainor, and Janet Jakobsen. “Reproductive Justice in Action.” Barnard Center for Research on Women, 2010.
  45. Nakea, Maria, and Moira Bowman. “Intersections at the Grassroots: Insights from Organizing for Reproductive Justice, Youth Leadership, and Immigrant & Refugee Rights.” The Momentum Series. ACRJ, 2008.
  46. Collins, Patricia Hill. “Shifting the Center: Race, Class, and Feminist Theorizing About Motherhood.” Mothering: Ideology, Experience, and Agency, n.d., 45–65.
  47. 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.
  48. Adams, Jill E., and Jessica Arons. “A Travesty of Justice: Revisiting Harris v. McRae.” William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 21, no. 1 (2014): 5–57.
  49. Arons, Jessica, and Lindsay Rosenthal. “How the Hyde Amendment Discriminates Against Poor Women and Women of Color.” Center for American Progress, May 10, 2013.
  50. Dennis, Amanda, Ruth Manski, and Kelly Blanchard. “Does Medicaid Coverage Matter? A Qualitative Multi-State Study of Abortion Affordability for Low-Income Women.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 25, no. 4 (November 2014): 1571–85.
  51. Jones, Elizabeth. “Looking Back to Move Forward: An Intersectional Perspective on Harris v. McRae.” Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 1 (Autumn 2009): 379.
  52. Forward Together, and Western States Center. “We Are Brave: Race, Money, and Abortion Access.” All* Above All, n.d.
  53. The Reproductive Health Technologies Project. “Two Sides of the Same Coin: Integrating Economic and Reproductive Justice.” The Reproductive Health Technologies Project, August 2015.
  54. National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. “Latina Immigrants and Abortion,” July 2005.
  55. Arons, Jessica, and Medina Agénor. “Separate and Unequal: The Hyde Amendment and Women of Color.” Center for American Progress, December 2010.
  56. National Women's Law Center. “The Hyde Amendment Creates An Unacceptable Barrier To Women Getting Abortions.” National Women's Law Center, July 2015.

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