Reproductive choice & reproductive justice
Inequality is all around us and manifests in tricky ways. When it comes to healthcare in particular, for many of us, reproductive care is a large part of how we interact with the healthcare system.
So how do systems of oppression such as racism, ableism, sexism, and so many more, make it harder for some of us to access reproductive care?
To talk about this, we’re going to explore the theory of reproductive justice. And who better to explain it than Dr. Loretta Ross. She’s a professor at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, co-founder of the Sister-Song Collective in Atlanta, Georgia, and one of the co-originators of the concept of reproductive justice.
“You have to put access in the context of people’s lives; just because you can buy a condom at any gas station doesn’t mean that you’ll be able to persuade your partner under patriarchy to use it.”
- SisterSong Collective
- HelloClue Webinar: Reproductive Health Disparities
- Reproductive Justice, Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights
- In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda
- HelloClue: What it’s like going to the doctor when you’re trans
- HelloClue: What to expect at the OB/GYN when you’re trans
- HelloClue: Will coronavirus impact access to contraception?
- The Center for Reproductive Rights