Nonfiction and Literature in Reproductive Justice

Nonfiction and Literature in Reproductive Justice

In order to learn about and comprehend our world around us, people must write fiction and nonfiction works that help contribute to the overall conversation. Research-based nonfiction displays concrete action being taken for reproductive justice, while fiction helps comprehend and analyze reproductive, womanist matters in a space and setting that is removed from our own realities. The nonfiction sources are womanist because of their range in race, age and class as well as encompass authors that range from activists to physicians. The fiction imagines worlds in which reproductive rights are severely restricted, representing themselves as cautionary tales. The following links showcase just a small portion of the research and narratives that have been written in order to contribute and react to the reproductive justice occurring from a womanist perspective. They work to disperse knowledge, open conversations and display the variety of issues that fall under the umbrella of womanist reproductive justice.