Arguing for Intersectionality in Research About Women of Color and Reproduction

In, It’s Not Just About Abortion: Incorporating Intersectionality in Research About Women of Color and Reproduction, an essay published in Women’s Health Issues, author Kimala Price asks “How can we incorporate intersectionality in research on reproductive and sexual health and politics?” She suggests that, “when designing projects on abortion and reproduction, especially those that claim to study the general population, we need to employ strategies that capture the nuances of intersectional identities, inequalities, and privileges of different social groups.”

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