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A4 Sources - 1) Roberts, Dorothy. Killing the Black Body:...

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1) Roberts, Dorothy. Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty. This describes how black women were tricked into losing their reproductive rights and although this might not have been genocide exactly, it still made one race (the whites) more superior. It also describes the stereotypes against black women as bad mothers; they were tricked into sterilization by being told they would be cut off from welfare. 2) Better for all the world : the secret history of forced sterilization and America's quest for racial purity (0-375-41371-5, 978-0-375-41371-1) , 1st ed. / Bruinius, Harry. 2006 This book discusses how women of color have been discriminated against for a long time in terms of sterilization, so as to have whites always be much greater in number than the rest of the races in America. Bruinius tells the stories of Emma and Carrie Buck, two women trapped in poverty and caught up in a new scientific quest for racial purity. Buck v. Bell
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