As part of our “Resources for Your Summer Research” blog series, below are a few titles that you can add to your library and share in your research on reproductive justice. Use discount …Read More >
As part of Women History Month, we share issues that affect women in all walks of life, including pregnant women in prison. #WHM #WomensHistoryMonth By Carolyn Sufrin, author of Jailcare: Finding the …Read More >
In recognition of International Women’s Day, we celebrate the economic, social, and political accomplishments of women worldwide. From the #metoo movement to the protection of reproductive health to the tireless work of …Read More >
By Miranda Waggoner, author of The Zero Trimester: Pre-Pregnancy Care and the Politics of Reproductive Risk In late July of this year, the Republican-led Senate’s attempt to repeal Obamacare failed rather dramatically, …Read More >
Most Immigrants Are Women: Does the Trump Administration Want to Deport Them, or Just Keep Them Working for Low Wages?
By Laura Briggs, author of How All Politics Became Reproductive Politics: From Welfare Reform to Foreclosure to Trump It’s always been unclear whether the goal of the Trump White House was to limit …Read More >
As discussions about reproductive justice and women’s rights as human rights continue, we mustn’t forget that these same rights should apply to pregnant women behind bars. Carolyn Sufrin, author of Jailcare: Finding the …Read More >