Loretta J. Ross is an activist, author and university professor with a 45-year history working in social justice movements that focus on white supremacy, human rights and feminism. She is the co-founder and former national coordinator for SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective, a national coalition of 80+ women of color and allied reproductive justice organizations headquartered in Atlanta. Ross researches and writes extensively on African-American women and abortion. She has co-authored three books on reproductive justice.
Eugenics Behind Bars
Nearly four decades after the practice was outlawed, people in California women's prisons have still been sterilized without their consent.
Loretta Ross