In the 2010 volume, entitled Feminist Bioethics: At the Center,On the Margins, several authors grappled with the ethicallytroubling and morally unresolved divides between the global North andSouth (Baldwin-Ragaven and Scully 2010). Writers in this volume notedthat feminist bioethics needs to respond to the voices that criticize(mainly Western) white female privilege, as well as to the NorthAmerican Black and Latina scholars who charged late twentieth centuryfeminist with ignoring their concerns. Feminist bioethics has from itsbeginnings made a point of advertising its own disciplinary andgeographical plurality. The current website of the InternationalNetwork on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (see Other InternetResources) contains the following (as of December 16, 2015):


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