Black women in double jeopardy: a perspective on birth control.

@article{Gould1984BlackWI,
  title={Black women in double jeopardy: a perspective on birth control.},
  author={Ketayun H Gould},
  journal={Health & social work},
  year={1984},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={96-105}
}
The thesis that attitudes relating family planning to racism and genocide have historical roots in the birth control and the women's movements and that black women were the targets of racist and anti working class attitudes prevalent among the conservative forces in both movements is explored. The issue of genocide is limited to black women only, because the historical material on the genocide question and the findings of current studies on minorities are generally based on data collected from… CONTINUE READING