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Understanding Reproductive Justice

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"Reproductive Justice posits that the ability of any woman to determine her own reproductive destiny is directly linked to the conditions in her community and these conditions are not just a matter of individual choice and access. Reproductive justice is an intentional impulse to shape the competing ideals of equality and the social reality of inequality. Reproductive justice points out the inequality of opportunity in controlling our reproductive destiny."
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March 2006

Reproductive Rights as Human Rights

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"Reproductive rights activists in the United States underutilize the global human rights framework. This is largely because many are unfamiliar with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and international treaties that protect women's reproductive rights. Reproductive justice advocates should become familiar with the human rights obligations of the U.S. government... Eight Categories of Human Rights: Civil, Political, Economic, Social, Cultural, Environmental, Developmental and Sexual."
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African-American Women and Abortion

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This essay reviews the activism of African-American women in the abortion rights movement, highlighting the past fifty years.