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Welfare Queens and Other Fairy Tales: Welfare Reform and Unconstitutional Reproductive Controls
Howard Law Journal
  • C. R. Albiston, Berkeley Law
  • L. B. Nielsen
Publication Date
1-1-1994
Disciplines
Abstract
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.
Citation Information
C. R. Albiston, Welfare Queens and Other Fairy Tales: Welfare Reform and Unconstitutional Reproductive Controls, 38 Howard L.J. 473 (1994)