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The Resource Health rights are civil rights : peace and justice activism in Los Angeles, 1963-1978, Jenna M. Loyd

Health rights are civil rights : peace and justice activism in Los Angeles, 1963-1978, Jenna M. Loyd

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Health rights are civil rights : peace and justice activism in Los Angeles, 1963-1978
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Health rights are civil rights
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peace and justice activism in Los Angeles, 1963-1978
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Jenna M. Loyd
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Language
eng
Summary
Health Rights Are Civil Rights tells the story of the important place of health in struggles for social change in Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s. Jenna M. Loyd describes how Black freedom, antiwar, welfare rights, and women's movement activists formed alliances to battle oppressive health systems and structural violence, working to establish the principle that health is a right
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Health rights are civil rights : peace and justice activism in Los Angeles, 1963-1978, Jenna M. Loyd
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Health rights are civil rights : peace and justice activism in Los Angeles, 1963-1978, Jenna M. Loyd
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5749/j.ctt6wr80j
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Introduction: War, American exceptionalism, and the place of health activism -- Part I. Desegregating health, transforming health care -- Urban geopolitics and the fight for "equal justice in health care now" -- Watts, the War on Poverty, and the promise of community control -- Part II. Urban crisis -- Economic conversion, survival, and race in "Dodge City" -- Mothering underground : the home in women's welfare and peace organizing -- The war at home : forging interracial solidarities for peace and freedom -- Part III. Cold War body politics -- Population scares and antiviolence roots of reproductive justice -- Where is health? : the place of the clinic in social change -- "Property rights over human life" : taxes and austerity in the divided city -- Epilogue: The right to health meets the right to the city
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