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.