Reproductive Justice is Every Woman's Right

Mendez, Zenaida
September 2006
National NOW Times;Fall2006, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p13
The article reports on the passed resolution for a collaborative reproductive justice campaign of the National Organization for Women. The campaign aims to connect the relevance of reproductive rights, healthcare and justice to the race and ethnicity of all women as well as women with disabilities. It has three frameworks which are reproductive rights, reproductive health and reproductive justice.


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