This Birth Work Ain’t Free

Equitable community-based birth work is economic, historic, cultural, and social capital.

It’s time to look within our own streams of TEKnology to create work that enables Black women to thrive.

It’s time to build our PATHWAYS to improve the quality of care for our unborn children. This begins with healing justice and economic growth.

It begins by uplifting the women in our community to BELIEVE that getting/giving FREE services isn’t okay. We can no longer turn a blind eye, that such practices are designed to maintain the social programming of a revolving poverty MINDSET.

That programming is the most deadliest virus to the infrastructure of Black Reproductive Liberation.

It’s time to RECLAIM our birth practices and build our own institutions! #Sankofa

RaShaunda Lugrand, Founder of The InTune Mother Society

Published by RaShaunda Lugrand

Social Impact Entrepreneur. Married CEO/Founder of The InTune Mother Society. Homebirthing, breastfeeding, homeschooling, mother of four boys.

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