A Feminist Action Research Project: Creating a Practical Support Program for the Georgia Reproductive Justice Access Network
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
The purpose of this feminist action research project was to produce a practical support volunteer training and manual for the Georgia Reproductive Justice Access Network (GRJAN). Founded in 2011, GRJAN is a grassroots, reproductive justice abortion fund that provides abortion funding and until 2012, practical support (lodging, transportation, and childcare) to low-income individuals seeking abortion services in Atlanta, GA. The resultant thesis is a reflective essay upon the project, documenting and analyzing the successes and failures of the project as well as discussing the limitations of pursuing feminist activist work within the academy.
McKew, Melinda, "A Feminist Action Research Project: Creating a Practical Support Program for the Georgia Reproductive Justice Access Network." Thesis, Georgia State University, 2013.