Join a Sharing Circle
Black Women Birthing Justice is interested in gathering black women’s birth stories. By sharing our stories of pain and struggle, as well as joy and transformation, we hope to build community, make opportunities to learn from each other and ultimately challenge the practices that prevent many of us from having empowering and healthy birth experiences.
Save yourself a spot at our next SHARING CIRCLE for black women who have a child aged 5 and under!
Oakland: Saturday, May 24, 2014, 10am-12:30pm
Oakland: Saturday, June 28, 2014, 10am- 12:30pm
Childcare and light refreshments provided. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510.430.3163 to reserve your space.
Fun children's activities and experienced babysitters provided.
Spaces limited: For more information contact email@example.com
We seek women and transfolks in the U.S. who identify as African American, African, Caribbean, black and multiracial and who have carried a pregnancy to full term in the past 5 years to participate in the study. We are committed to including our diversity in the study, including ethnicity/national origin, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, geographic location, economic status and age.
We are also interested in interviewing “experts” who can assist with identifying key issues for the research, including black midwives, doulas, natural childbirth advocates and OB-GYNs.
Participation in the study will include a 60-90 minute interview and/or participation in a Sharing Circle (if one is available in your location).