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Forced Sterilization of Native Americans: Later Twentieth Century Physician Cooperation with National Eugenic Policies?

@inproceedings{Rutecki2010ForcedSO,
  title={Forced Sterilization of Native Americans: Later Twentieth Century Physician Cooperation with National Eugenic Policies?},
  author={Gregory W. Rutecki},
  year={2010}
}
Many consider the plight of Native Americans an archetypal genocide. Centuries ago, the British suggested the response to their presence should be ?extermination.?[i] Their soldiers then proceeded to knowingly decimate them with smallpox?a virus to which Native Americans had no immunity. Additional efforts over centuries to eradicate their population would follow. There would be a ?Trail of Tears,? lethal attacks on Nez Perce men, women, and children to acquire their ancestral homeland, and a… Expand
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The Indian Health Service and the Sterilization of Native American Women
  • J. Lawrence
  • History, Medicine
  • American Indian quarterly
  • 2000
TLDR
A young Indian woman entered Dr. Connie Pinkerton-Uri's Los Angeles office on a November day in 1972 and asked for a "womb transplant" because she and her husband wished to start a family despite the IHs physician having told her that the surgery was reversible. Expand