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Constitution protects pregnant women in prison from the unnecessary and unsafe practice of shackling during labor. The federal court found that constitutional protections against shackling pregnant women during labor are clearly established by previous decisions of the Supreme Court and the lower courts. This is the first time a circuit court has made such a determination, Nelson v. Correctional Medical Services, et al. 3d, 2009 WL 3151208 (8th Cir. 2009). Shawanna Nelson, the woman who had been shackled, alleged permanent damage to her hips, stomach, and other parts of her body, resulting in a disability.
72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. Bernadette J. Brooten American girl and a free European American girl who complained of sexual assault by an enslaved man. The court found the man, named Ned, guilty. For a summary of Wilma King’s paper “ ‘He said He Would Give Us Some Flowers’: Sexual Violations, Girls, and the Law in the Antebellum South,” (presented at the “Beyond Slavery: Overcoming Its Religious and Sexual Legacy Conference,” Brandeis University, October 16, 2006), which analyzes Commonwealth v.
This portrayal accentuated her domesticity and 46 Dorothy Roberts lack of sex appeal, especially for white men. 32 Her advanced age also negated any threat of sexual liaison between her and her white charges. 33 Mammy represented the utmost safety in womanhood because she was both asexual and enslaved. Her absolute, desexed devotion to the master’s children eased white people’s fear of uncontrollable black sexuality. The sexual distinction between Jezebel and Mammy reflected slavery’s division of blacks into two classes of workers: those who labored in the fields and house servants, who worked in close proximity to whites.
Beyond Slavery: Overcoming Its Religious and Sexual Legacies by Bernadette J. Brooten (eds.)