Most of us choose our paths of activism based on the impact we want to have or life sort of decides for us by placing us in social locations where the only path that makes sense is one of resistance. High levels of recognition are typically reserved for men, the wealthy, or those who have been doing this for so long that their fame is an accumulated fame. This blog series is not a remedy to this situation, but rather designed as a way to highlight activists and their justice work through brief interviews.
Movement leaders of all ages must consider how to make this work sustainable.
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Reproaction Promotes Awareness and Public Education at Kansas City Maternal and Infant Mortality Event
On January 27, Reproaction hosted our fifth maternal and infant mortality screening event at Uzazi Village in Kansas City, MO. The event was organized in partnership with Uzazi Village, Reale Justice Network, One Struggle KC, and ACLU-MO to host the well-attended event.
Hakima Tafunzi Payne has a Bachelor’s of Nursing and a Master’s in Nursing Education. She is currently a student of Midwifery working toward the Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) credential.
On Thursday, October 12, we had our fourth maternal and infant mortality screening event at Community Birth and Wellness in Ferguson, MO.
Southeast Missouri is mostly rural, and this region of the state touts the highest infant mortality rates in the state.
On Tuesday, August 29, Reproaction hosted its second Maternal and Infant Mortality Campaign screening event in Columbia, Missouri.
If the mission of these crisis pregnancy centers is to provide healthcare for pregnant women then why didn’t their signs try to defend the healthcare services they allegedly provide?
In Missouri, anti-abortion fake clinics are unregulated by state or local law.
Black women in Missouri are four times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications, regardless of wealth and education.
Did you know that on average in the U.S., Black women are four times more likely than white women to die from pregnancy-related issues?