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Applying an Intersectional Analysis to Reproductive Justice and Other Forms of Oppression: Collaborating Across Movements and Issues

Applying an Intersectional Analysis to Reproductive Justice and Other Forms of Oppression: Collaborating Across Movements and Issues

As Audre Lorde states, “among those of us who share the goals of liberation and a workable future for our children, there can be no hierarchies of oppression” (Homophobia and Education. New York: Council on Interracial Books for Children, 1983). The reproductive justice movement works from this place of intersectionality, and articulates that reproductive oppression is both a product and tool of other forms of oppression such as sexism,...

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