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Women protest the “sterilization of mothers” in about 1971 when the women’s movement was emboldening women across the country. But while relatively well-off white women were demanding abortion rights, Black women and poor women generally were left alone to fend against sterilization, whether coerced or performed without their knowledge. – Photo: Southern Conference Educational Fund

Who gets to choose? Coerced sterilization in California prisons

June 23, 2014

In California, policy-driven sterilization programs have reared their ugly head once again. Women prisoners in the care of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) have been confronted with coerced sterilization, according to a report released last July by the Center for Investigative Reporting. Nearly 150 women prisoners were sterilized between 2005 and 2013 without the necessary state approvals.

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Katrina Pain Index 2009

August 17, 2009

This month marks four years since Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. The world saw who was left behind when Katrina hit. The same people have been left behind in the “rebuilding.” In the rebuilding, those with money have done OK. Those without have not. It is the American way. Here is a statistical snapshot illustrating some of the legacy of Katrina and the U.S. response.

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