Jamia Wilson moderates a discussion with the editors of Radical Reproductive Justice to celebrate the release of this groundbreaking anthology!
Loretta Ross co-founded and served as National Coordinator of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective. Ross is the co-author of Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice and has written extensively on the history of African American women and reproductive justice activism.
Lynn Roberts is currently assistant professor in the department of Community Health and Social Sciences at City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy. She is an emeritus founding Board member of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective.
Erika Derkas is a professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies at New Mexico Highlands University and is an active researcher in the area of reproductive justice.
Whitney Peoples is currently visiting assistant professor in the department of Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies at Texas Women’s University.
Jamia Wilson is the executive director and publisher of the Feminist Press and an adjunct professor at the John Jay School for Criminal Justice. She is a leading voice on feminist and gender justice issues whose words have appeared in and on the New York Times, The Guardian, BBC News, The Today Show, CNN, The Washington Post, Elle, Teen Vogue, and more.
About Radical Reproductive Justice:
This anthology assembles two decades’ of work initiated by SisterSong Women of Color Health Collective, creators of the human rights-based “reproductive justice” framework to move beyond polarized pro-choice/pro-life debates. Rooted in Black feminism and built on intersecting identities, this revolutionary framework asserts a woman's right to have children, to not have children, and to parent and provide for the children they have.