These books are just a few examples from a growing literature that uses reproductive justice as a framework to analyze social inequalities related to pregnancy, birth, maternity care, child rearing, and access to reproductive technologies and services. They share a commitment to an intersectional, analytical approach that places the experiences and rights of marginalized women at the center.
This pilot literature database in development includes scholarly books, articles, and other sources focused on reproductive rights, reproductive health, and reproductive justice. It seeks to be interdisciplinary, reaching across academic work in medicine, law, public health, social sciences, bioethics, policy, and advocacy. We hope this bibliography will be of use to advocates and activists in the field.
Follow this link to visit the Reproductive Justice Literature Database.