In 1423, there was a huge uproar about the European slave trade and the controversy of race in the America’s. Long before Columbus sailed the “new” world, there were people who had been given the title of slave by the elite societies of Europe. While many came before Columbus, it is important to look atContinue reading “Your Are Invited To Our Healing Justice Workshop”
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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. ItContinue reading “This Birth Work Ain’t Free”
Who Was Shirley Chisholm? Day 4 of Black History Month
UNBOUGHT & UNBOSSED 12 Facts About Shirley Chisholm, The First African-American to Run For President Being the first black woman to serve on Congress would be a significant enough accomplishment for a lifetime, but it wasn’t good enough for Shirley Chisholm. Three years after she arrived in Washington, D.C., Chisholm became the first woman toContinue reading “Who Was Shirley Chisholm? Day 4 of Black History Month”
Who Was Bridgett “Biddy” Mason? – Day 1 of Black History Month
#BLABThat Today is the first day of #BlackHistory month. And I will begin with one of my favorite African American female birth keepers.
Her name is “Bridget “Biddy” Mason. Read more about her work here.