This chapter considers the question, “What makes an anti-racist feminist bioethics?” It begins with a prescription for how bioethicists should think about the concept of race. Next, the importance of intersectionality to anti-racist feminist theory and to any anti-racist feminist bioethics is explored. That is followed by brief discussions of six key bioethical issues for women, trans and gender non-binary people of color in the US context, in order to offer a sense of the types of lived experience, injustice and resistance to which feminist bioethicists must attend in order to pursue anti-racist scholarship. Finally, the reproductive justice movement is considered as a model for anti-racist feminist bioethics by highlighting the key features of the movement to which anti-racist feminist bioethics should aspire.