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Luna, Zakiya. 2020. Location Matters: The 2017 Women’s Marches as Intersectional Imaginary,” PP 46-63 In Intersectionality in Feminist and Queer Movements: Confronting Privileges Edited by Elizabeth Evans and Eléonore Lepinard, Routledge Press. Luna, Zakiya T.

Loder, Charisse M., Leah Minadeo, Laura Jimenez, Zakiya Luna, Loretta Ross, Nancy Rosenbloom, Caren M. Stalburg, and Lisa H. Harris. 2020. “Bridging the Expertise of Advocates and Academics to Identify Reproductive Justice Learning Outcomes.” Teaching and Learning in Medicine 32 (1): 1–12. Available here.

 Luna, Zakiya. 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. 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.