Thursday, July 07, 2022


Reproductive Issues

Title Author Hits
The Unborn Citizen Michael H. LeRoy Hits: 1909
Pregnant in Captivity: Analyzing the Treatment of Pregnant Women in American Prisons and Immigration Detention Centers Wesley Smithart Hits: 1709
Punishment and Prejudice: Reproductive Coercion in Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detention Centers Inka Skodowska Boehm Hits: 610
Pregnancy, Incarcerated: How Incarcerating Pregnant Women in the United States Is Incompatible with Theories Justifying Punishment Madeline Martin Hits: 1117
Down and Dirty: Remedies and Reparations for Intersected Environmental and Reproductive Justice Mickaela J. Fouad Hits: 93
On Women's Rights, Voting Rights, Civil Rights and the US Supreme Court (The Rule of Law in the New Abnormal) Charles Crumpton Hits: 320
“You Should Have Said Something:” Exploring the Ways That History, Implicit Bias, and Stereotypes Inform the Current Trends of Black Women Dying in Childbirth Ambria D. Mahomes Hits: 2485
Adopting the Cumulative Harm Framework to Address Second-generation Discrimination Nicolás Quaid Galván Hits: 1787
Arrests of and Forced Interventions on Pregnant Women in the United States, 1973-2005: Implications for Women's Legal Status and Public Health Lynn M. Paltrow and Jeanne Flavin Hits: 41011
Assisted Reproduction and Reproducing Race in an Era of Reckoning Dov Fox Hits: 727
Black Female Inmates' Reproductive Rights: Cutting the Chains of Colorblind Constitutionalism Helen Paillé Hits: 44268
Chronic Harm: Critical Race Feminism, Labor and Reproduction Tanya Ann Kennedy Hits: 2384
Coercive Interventions in Pregnancy: Law and Ethics Debra DeBruin and Mary Faith Marshall Hits: 1224
Exposing the American History of Applying Racial Anxieties to Regulate and Devalue Latinx Immigrant Reproductive Rights Cristina A. Quiñónez Hits: 3967
How Analogizing Socio-legal Responses to Organ Transplantation Can Further the Legalization of Reproductive Genetic Innovation Myrisha S. Lewis Hits: 102
Miscarriage, Stillbirth, & Reproductive Justice Jill Wieber Lens Hits: 801
Personal Narrative as a Tool of Legal Analysis to Evaluate and Improve Access to Abortion Services for Indigenous Women in Canada Ciarra J. Minacci-Morey Hits: 2794
Race and Assisted Reproduction: Implications for Population Health Aziza Ahmed Hits: 2317
Race-ing Roe: Reproductive Justice, Racial Justice, and the Battle for Roe V. Wade Melissa Murray Hits: 788
Resuscitating The Black Body: Reproductive Justice as Resistance to the State's Property Interest in Black Women's Reproductive Capacity Jill C. Morrison Hits: 2813
The Disproportionate Effect on Native American Women of Extending the Federal Involuntary Manslaughter Act to Include a Woman's Conduct Against Her Child in Utero: United States V. Flute Andie B. Netherland Hits: 1427
The Myth of Abortion as Black Genocide: Reclaiming Our Reproductive Choice Shyrissa Dobbins-Harris Hits: 737
The Promise of Medication Abortion in California and the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency Kerri Pinchuk Hits: 672
Thirteenth Amendment Reflections on Abortion, Surrogacy, and Race Selection Dov Fox Hits: 3146
What Wrongful Birth Can Tell Us About the Cost of Blackness Kimani Paul-Emile Hits: 2327
Abortion in the Time of Covid-19: Telemedicine Restrictions and the Undue Burden Test Katherine Fang and Rachel Perler Hits: 1202
COVID-19, Racial Injustice and Reproductive Rights Ariane Frosh Hits: 1841
Reproductive Injustice and COVID-19 Seema Mohapatra Hits: 1060
In Search of the Common Law Inside the Black Female Body Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb Hits: 2070

Vernellia R. Randall
Founder and Editor
Professor Emerita of Law
The University of Dayton School of Law