Reproductive Freedom

In This for My People: Nia Robinson on Race, the Environment, and Climate Change

Cross-posted from PopDev, a progressive think tank & activist organization bringing a global feminist analysis to the intersecting spheres of reproductive freedom, environmental justice, international development, and peace. “Race is the number one determining factor for whether or not you … Continued

Immigration

Reproductive Agents: The Right-Wing Vilification of Immigrant Women’s Fertility

The Population and Development Program at Hampshire University released its spring 2011 DifferenTakes journal.  The journal focuses on the anti-immigrant movement and the greening of hate, and includes a piece written by Hampshire College student and Imagine 2050 writer Susana … Continued