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"The Taskforce is not alone nor is it the first in identifying the intersections and coalition potential between RJ and LGBTQ+ advocacy. Long-standing alliances between reproductive politics and LGBTQ+ struggles exist—these include, for example, shared resistance to state interference in sexual expression, reproduction, and family formation, and affirmations of kin outside of White middle-class heteronuclearity..." – By Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz and Shui-yin Sharon Yam
"In the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, white workers, labor reformers, and their organizations pioneered efforts to push local and national governments to deny entry, naturalization, and civil rights to Chinese and eventually other Asian migrants. Arguably, anti-Chinese policies first enacted at the federal level in the 1880s represented trade unions’ most significant and lasting legislative victory until the New Deal era of the 1930s, when, amid the Great Depression, workers finally won substantive legal protections and collective bargaining rights. ..." – By Justin F. Jackson
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