You may unsubscribe from email communication at any time. When I called the nurse and said that I was bleeding and in pain, the nurse needed to hear that a competent person was on the phone in order to process my problem for the crisis that it was. Sociologist Patricia Hill Collins once called on the idea of controlling images, those stereotypes that are so powerful they flatten all empirical status differences among a group of people to reduce them to the most docile, incompetent subjects in a social structure. Pain, like pregnancy, is inconvenient for bureaucratic efficiency and has little use in a capitalist regime. Eventually a night nurse mentioned that I had been in labor for three days. The nurse said it was probably constipation. I was wheeled into a delivery operating room, where I slipped in and out of consciousness. The CDC says that black women are percent more likely to die from pregnancy or childbirth-related causes than are white women.
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