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Loretta Ross and Rickie Solinger help prove in Reproductive Justice: An Introduction that while choice is important, it is but a bullet point on a larger list of human rights issues.
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Ina May Gaskin implied that Black women's poor maternal health was a result of bad eating, drug use, and other behaviors. And since she's often considered the "mother of modern midwifery," her biases have the potential to be multiplied thousands of times over among those she has influenced.