Ross, Loretta

An international advocate for women's health issues and human rights education, Loretta Ross is a founding member and National Coordinator of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective, an organization linking over 80 grassroots reproductive rights groups. An activist since the 1970s, has written extensively about reproductive rights, human rights, women's issues, diversity, hate groups, and bias crimes. She has been published widely in journals and also edits The Monitor and The Activist Update, an intelligence report on hate-group activities for the Center for Democratic Renewal (CDR), a national clearinghouse for information on hate groups, for which she was National Research Director from 1991–95.

Prior to joining the CDR, Ross was Program Director for the National Black Women's Health Project (1989–90), and Director of Women of ...

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