Sterilization Racism And Pan-Ethnic Disparities Of The Past Decade: The Continued Encroachment On Reproductive Rights
Thomas W. Volscho, 2010
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In the late 1960s and through the 1970s, reports of coercive, involuntary, and otherwise nonconsenting sterilizations of American Indian, African American, Mexican, and Puerto Rican origin women began surfacing in the United States.1 These revelations came at a time of intense civil rights...
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