The Movement for Reproductive Justice
This chapter introduces the movement for reproductive justice, which uses intersectionality and human rights frameworks on behalf of women of color’s right to access health care. The chapter critiques the varied forms of reproductive oppression against which these activists engage in grassroots organizing, cultural politics, and policy advocacy. The chapter discusses the research questions as well as methodology that draws from ethnographic research, including participant observation, focus groups, and interviews with activists and participants working with thirteen reproductive justice organizations. The chapter provides an overview of the book.
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