How to Make Movements Intersectional

| Evonnia Woods | Reproaction

Movement leaders of all ages must consider how to make this work sustainable.

All Maternal and Infant Mortality Campaign Articles

| Evonnia Woods | Reproaction

Reproaction’s Maternal and Infant Mortality Campaign Uplifts Midwives and Doulas

On average, Black women are 3 to 4 times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than white women, regardless of wealth or education; Black babies are twice as likely to die in their first year of life than white babies. Missouri’s average maternal and infant mortality rates are on par with this national average.

| Camille Richoux | Reproaction

Reproaction’s Storytelling for Justice Project in Arkansas

Improvements in pregnancy-related health must include those not being cared for adequately by our medical system. Essentially: if you want to understand what’s going wrong with pregnancy in Arkansas, listen to Black women.

| Evonnia Woods | Reproaction

Activist Interview: Diane Burkholder

Diane Burkholder is a cisgender, queer, mixed race, Black feminist community organizer. She’s a non-profit professional with more than 15 years experience in building the capacity of grassroots organizations and social service agencies.

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