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  • Reproductive Injustice
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  • 06 October 2020
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Dána-Ain Davis ☆ 4 Free download Summary é PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Dána-Ain Davis review Ó Reproductive Injustice Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Have been influenced by the legacy of ideas which developed during the era of slavery While poor and low income black women are often the mascots of premature birth outcomes this book focuses on professional black women who are just as likely to give birth prematurely Drawing on an impressive array of interviews with nearly fifty mothers fathers neonatologists nurses midwives and reproductive justice advocates Dna Ain Davis argues that events leading up to an infant's arrival in a neonatal intensive care unit NICU and the parents' experiences while they are in the NICU reveal subtle but pernicious forms of racism that confou. This book was essential in understanding Black premature births in America Using the Black Mothers perspective in combination with a framework that seeks to understand medical racism in the context of the afterlife of slavery this book provides a much needed uantitative and ualitative analysis of racialized birth What really stuck out to me was the emphasis placed on how economic status was an insufficient explanation of the high rates of premature birth rates in Black women which further emphasized and clarified the separation of class Davis is a great writer and articulated her points extremely well it was a very interesting read

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