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Luna, Zakiya T. 2019.  Black celebrities, Reproductive Justice and Queering Family: An Exploration.” Reproductive BioMedicine and Society Online  7: 91–100.   Open-access copy available here.


Luna, Zakiya T. 2018.  Black Children are an Endangered Species? Examining Racial Framing in Social Movements” Sociological Focus 51 (3): 238–51.Available here.


Luna, Zakiya T. 2017. “Who Speaks for Whom? (Mis) Representation and Authenticity in Social Movements.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 22 (4): 435–50. Available here.

Luna, Zakiya. T. 2016. ‘Truly a Women of Color Organization’: Negotiating Sameness and Difference in Pursuit of Intersectionality” Gender and Society 30(5) 769-790. Available here

Luna, Zakiya T and Kristin Luker. 2013. “Reproductive Justice.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 9 (1): 327–52.

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Luna, Zakiya T . 2011.“‘The Phrase of the Day’: Examining Contexts and Co-optation of Reproductive    Justice Activism in the Women’s Movement,”  Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change, 32:219-246. 

  Luna, Zakiya T. 2010. “Marching toward Reproductive Justice: Coalitional (Re) Framing of the March for Women’s Lives.”  Sociological Inquiry 80 (4): 554-578.

  Cole, Elizabeth R. and Zakiya T. Luna. 2010. “Making Coalitions Work: Reflections from the Margins of US Feminism.”  Feminist Studies 36 (1): 71-98.

Luna, Zakiya T.  2009. “From Rights to Justice: Women of Color Changing the Face of US Reproductive Rights Organizing.”  Societies without Borders: Human Rights and the Social Sciences (4): 343-365.