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Googie Karrass

Googie Karrass is a doctoral student in Cultural Anthropology at the Graduate Center, CUNY. She also holds an MA in Women’s and Gender Studies from the Graduate Center. Her research explores reproductive racisms, histories of science and medicine, and natalist policy in the US. She teaches at Baruch College and works as an editorial assistant at Women's Studies Quarterly.

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Two white men in suits and ties address a room full of mostly male journalists at the United Nations Population Conference in Bucharest in 1974.

“A very small number of men control all the money and the ideas”: Women Revolutionize Population Programs in the 1970s

Women and technocratic elites clashed at the 1974 World Population Conference. At stake was women’s control over their own bodies.