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What is Reproductive Justice?: How Women of Color Activists Are Redefining the Pro-Choice Paradigm
Frustrated by the individualist approach of the "choice" paradigm used by the mainstream reproductive rights movement in the U.S., a growing coalition of women of color organizations and their alliesExpand
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It's not just about abortion: incorporating intersectionality in research about women of color and reproduction.
  • K. Price
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Women's health issues : official publication of…
  • 1 May 2011
Intersectionality was first articulated in the 1970s and 1980s by women of color scholars, such as Deborah King, Patricia Hill Collins, Kimberle Crenshaw, Cherrie Moraga, Gloria Anzualdua, and NiraExpand
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The Quest for Purity: The Role of Policy Narratives in Determining Teen Girls’ Access to Emergency Contraception in the USA
Over the last century, US policymakers have implemented laws, policies, and programs, such as abstinence-only sex education programs, that are specifically aimed at preserving the sexual purity ofExpand
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The Discursive Politics of Reproductive Health
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The Unborn and the Undead
Rights and rhetoric clash in abortion politics, with Susan Markens, Katrina Kimport, Drew Halfmann, Kimala Price, and Deana A. Rohlinger. Expand
Queering Reproductive Justice in the Trump Era: A Note on Political Intersectionality
  • K. Price
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 2018
Over the last two decades, LGBTQ and reproductive justice advocacy groups have attempted to queer reproductive justice by building coalitions and developing a shared agenda between the new movements.Expand
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WMNST 360 Women's Sexuality and the Body, Sections 2 and 3
WMNST 601 Foundations of Feminist Scholarship