Examines stereotypes of Black women and argues that provisions of current bills that would restrict the reproductive freedom of women on welfare are particularly aimed at them; US. Provisions include mandating of acceptance of the implanted birth control device, Norplant, and denial of increased benefits for any additional children born.
Welfare Queens and Other Fairy Tales: Welfare Reform and Unconstitutional Reproductive ControlsHoward Law Journal
Citation InformationC. R. Albiston, Welfare Queens and Other Fairy Tales: Welfare Reform and Unconstitutional Reproductive Controls, 38 Howard L.J. 473 (1994)