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date: 26 June 2022

Reproductive Health Justicelocked

Reproductive Health Justicelocked

  • Silvia M. Chávez-Baray, Silvia M. Chávez-BarayThe University of Texas at El Paso
  • Eva M. MoyaEva M. MoyaThe University of Texas at El Paso
  •  and Omar MartinezOmar MartinezTemple University


Reproductive health endeavors in regard to prevention, treatment, and emerging disparities and inequities like lack of access to comprehensive and equitable reproductive health for immigrants and LGBTQ+ populations are discussed. Practice-based approaches for reproductive health justice and access care models, to advance reproductive justice, are included. Implications for macro social work practice and historical perspectives, practices, and social movements of reproductive health justice in the United States to promote reproductive health justice in the context of political, legal, health, and social justice efforts are salient to advance social justice.


  • Gender and Sexuality
  • International and Global Issues
  • Macro Practice
  • Poverty
  • Social Justice and Human Rights
  • Social Work Profession

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