Mignon R. Moore is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“Arguably the most groundbreaking work on LGBT parenting published in recent years.” - Mombian
"Scholars and students of race, class, gender, sexuality, [and] family . . . will benefit greatly from this comprehensive work." - Lynn Horridge, American Anthropologist
“[Invisible Families] provides deep insight into the lives and experiences of black lesbians.” - American Journal Of Sociology
“Invisible Families represents sociological research at its finest. . . . Well written and theoretically sophisticated. . . . This is clearly a groundbreaking book. - Anne R. Roschelle State University of New York at New Paltz, Gender & Society
“Necessary reading for scholars and students interested in family studies, LGBT studies, and race-class-gender studies.” - Assoc For Jewish Stds Review / Ajs Review
“Social sciences researchers will cite the construction, development, and conclusions from Moore’s study for years to come.” - Rachel Wexelbaum, Lambda Literary