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BMHW19 Webinar 1: Decolonizing Research in Black Maternal Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Kecia Ellick
24:44
Yay!
Crystal Hayes
25:04
hello
Nia Mitchell
29:55
What music?
Nia Mitchell
30:26
Does anyone else hear music?
Monica McLemore
30:42
Leslie: This is an important question, but I think the onus doesn’t exclusively rest with birthing people to understand symptoms of complications - particularly if their health care team doesn’t believe them when they do present with symptoms. I’ll try to address this in my comments towards the end of the webinar.
Monica McLemore
33:54
Yes, everyone is muted except for people speaking
Patanjali de la Rocha
40:21
SLOW CLAP for that intro
Sagen Jackson
41:37
Lol this is why I love Black women we always keep it interesting
Aimee Cloyd
41:51
Will these slides be available after the webex?
Bella Morgan
46:11
A recording of this webinar as well as the one on policy will be available on BMMA’s website
Renea L. Butler-King
48:34
thank you for making this available
Bella Morgan
54:50
We encourage you to visit our website blackmamasmatter.org for a list of our Kindred Partners engaging in reproductive and birth justice initiatives in your local area. Please also consider joining our listserv.
Cecelia Ottenweller
56:32
Is anyone out there in Houston, Texas?
Julia Kohn
58:06
Hi all, thank you so much for this webinar. My question is: how did you come up with this year's theme?
Carla Clark
58:07
does the alliance offer mentorship programs for aspiring midwives
Quantrilla Ard
58:58
So excited to be among so many fellow MSMMPH alumni! Hello everyone!
Marium Kanji
59:09
I'm an almost qualified student midwife in the UK, writing my dissertation about why BAME women are more likely to die in the childbirth continuum than their white peers. Are you aware of any resources or researchers on this black maternal morbidity and mortality in the UK?
Inas Mahdi
59:29
Denise, you may want to consider disconnecting and calling in again. We aren't hearing any music here.
Sagen Jackson
59:32
I can hear you
Aimee Cloyd
59:33
We can hear you
Jillian Camisasca-Lopina
59:33
we can hear you!
Fabianne Blake
59:34
we hear you
Mimi Niles
59:34
yes we can hear you!
Kecia Ellick
59:35
we can hear you
Laura Ann Holland
59:35
We can hear Dr. Robinson
a aiyepola
59:35
the audience can hear you
Ugo Edu
59:37
I can hear you
Sarah Ferrao
59:37
We can hear you!
Nastassia Davis
59:37
i can hear you
casey parker
59:39
I can hear her
Kyrah Brown
59:39
We can hear you
Abi Begho
59:43
we can hear you loud and clear
Amida Castagne
59:45
I can hear you
maria small
59:45
we can hear you
Carla Clark
59:48
we can hear you
Renea L. Butler-King
01:00:00
I can hear you
casey parker
01:00:01
next slide
Rajani Bhatia
01:00:06
Yes, we can hear you.
Kecia Ellick
01:00:16
yay!
Renea L. Butler-King
01:00:18
Now there is no sound
casey parker
01:00:31
Dr. Go ahead
casey parker
01:00:41
yes
Ugo Edu
01:00:41
yes
Nicole Clark
01:00:41
Yes
Ali Tatum
01:00:42
yes
Fabianne Blake
01:00:42
we’re seeing the next slide and now we can hear u
Kecia Ellick
01:00:42
yes
Sagen Jackson
01:00:43
Yes we can hear you
Asha Gaines Immanuelle
01:00:43
yes
Sarah Ferrao
01:00:43
Yes
Abi Begho
01:00:43
Yes,
Kyrah Brown
01:00:43
yes
Nastassia Davis
01:00:44
yes
Aimee Cloyd
01:00:45
yes
Morgan Taylor
01:00:46
YES MAAM!
candiss ducksworth
01:00:48
yes
casey parker
01:00:56
next
Breanna Pennington
01:01:24
Hello everyone, I'm a CLC from the Mississippi Delta. Is there anyone else here from Mississippi?
Marium Kanji
01:01:37
I'm an almost qualified student midwife in the UK, writing my dissertation about why BAME women are more likely to die in the childbirth continuum than their white peers. Are you aware of any resources or researchers on this black maternal morbidity and mortality in the UK?
Renea L. Butler-King
01:02:04
I am a social worker/doula in Oklahoma
maria small
01:03:06
Marium Kanji from UK, YES!. Our group has written a paper about 'global disparities in maternal mortality' we compare US, UK, Brazil disparities in maternal mortality for black women. we address UK confidential inquiries. we can email offline. Maria.small@duke.edu
Marium Kanji
01:04:34
thank you!
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
01:04:49
The recording of this webinar will be posted to the Black Mamas Matter Alliance website at a later date.
casey parker
01:05:17
im an almost qualified doula in Connecticut this is so great thats gonna be a great paper id love the read it when ur done.
Crystal Hayes
01:07:32
I am a trained doula in CT/MA and would love to connect with local people
Mimi Niles
01:08:17
I still experience the sense that we have to prove the value of qualitative research - I suppose that is part of the decolonization process.
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:09:02
Qualitative research is dissed everywhere! It’s so frustrating!
Gabrielle Lodge
01:09:10
^^^ true
casey parker
01:09:19
Please link with me amotherleveldoula@gmail.com
Breanna Pennington
01:09:30
Very frustrating
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:09:32
you’ve read Decolonizing Methodologies, right? It’s brilliant.
Shenell Ford
01:09:41
Hello all! I’m an IBCLC in MA. Would love to connect with local lovers of this field as well. h2hbeats3@gmail.com
Gabrielle Lodge
01:09:59
I haven’t! but thank you!!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:11:00
written by Linda Tuhiwai Smith. Fundamental!
Aimee Cloyd
01:11:09
Any doulas in the Louisiana area?
Leila Lewis
01:11:21
hello all is anyone here from Greensboro, NC?
MARTHA BOISSEAU, MPH, CHES
01:11:39
Is Decolonizing Methodologies, a book, paper, etc.?
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:12:05
A book.
MARTHA BOISSEAU, MPH, CHES
01:12:18
Ok. Thanks! :-)
Mimi Niles
01:12:20
yes - should be required reading for ALL researchers and FUNDERS! 100%
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:12:25
published by University of Otago Press and Zed Books Ltd
Gabrielle Lodge
01:12:38
I’m slowly starting to get ready for my capstone (MPH) and this webinar is so necessary
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
01:12:46
There are references cited within the presentation including books, papers, articles, etc.
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:12:48
what’s your capstone?
Gabrielle Lodge
01:13:32
I’m finishing my 1st year - and will start in the fall. but I want my topic to be on black women & the post partum period
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:13:40
https://www.betterworldbooks.com/product/detail/Decolonizing-Methodologies--Research-and-Indigenous-Peoples-9781856496247
Gabrielle Lodge
01:13:56
thank you!!!
Shenell Ford
01:14:20
Thank you for sharing!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:14:47
Really - Betterworldbooks.com is SUCH a great resource! They give a portion of their income to literacy funding.
maria small
01:14:53
wow, that's powerful---participants REVIEWED the draft! that's how we need to conduct ourselves as black women researchers. love it!!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:14:54
it’s been fantastic for my research.
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:15:14
YES YES YES. Participants should be every project’s reviewers!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:16:31
HAHA! “Lactivist”!!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:16:32
Love it
Crystal Hayes
01:17:09
I am currently doing qual research on reproductive justice and incarcerated black women
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:17:26
Very cool!! Where are you doing your degree?
maria small
01:17:29
research as a form of EMPOWERMENT for participants. how often does that happen in other works about us? rarely. this is WHY we need this voice
candiss ducksworth
01:18:03
agreed @Maria
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:18:37
I read a fantastic speech yesterday by Joe Feagin about how the field of Sociology abandoned community activism in order to be more “scientific”. It was given in 2001.
Gabrielle Lodge
01:18:40
@maria - it’s rare that we talk about that in my research courses !! so true
Kecia Ellick
01:18:40
Thank YOU!
Sarah Ferrao
01:18:49
Thank you!
Ugo Edu
01:18:55
Thank you!
casey parker
01:18:55
that was awesome thank u
Nuratu Otulana
01:19:03
Peace and good greetings to all. My name is Nuratu, a doula in NYC
Crystal Hayes
01:19:10
I am at UCONN
Crystal Hayes
01:19:11
thanks
maria small
01:19:21
fantastic
casey parker
01:19:37
Im bridgeport
Crystal Hayes
01:19:53
Are you working with the group to get SB1078 passed?
Bayonia Marshall
01:20:59
DC, VA, MD- We're hosting a maternal health event highlighting Dr Joia Crear-Perry (of BMMA) at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hear-her-a-call-to-action-on-maternal-mortality-tickets-59342338532
Nia Mitchell
01:21:18
Can everyone hear??
Alicia Sherrell
01:22:07
Thank you, Bayonia!
MARTHA BOISSEAU, MPH, CHES
01:23:05
Can't hear it.
Court Durfee
01:23:25
You can turn up the volume on your computer/phone and it’s better
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
01:24:30
Apologies, the computer is at max volume. It may be the volume of the video
Court Durfee
01:25:45
My computer volume is at 75% and the volume of the video is just as loud now as the prior speakers. I had to dial up a bit on my end but it’s clear now
Carla Clark
01:26:41
I can’t hear what you guys are saying the audio is bad
Court Durfee
01:27:40
Carla did you try dialing up to volume on your end in the zoom settings as well as the computer settings?
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
01:28:14
try dialing up to volume on your end in the zoom settings as well as the computer settings
maria small
01:28:59
can't hear anything
maria small
01:29:11
garbled
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
01:30:09
The recording of this webinar will be posted to the Black Mamas Matter Alliance website at a later date.
Carla Clark
01:30:28
I agree , thats the word, garbled
Carla Clark
01:30:44
and I feel like what she’s saying is important
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:30:54
Perhaps, the next time we do this, the speakers should wear a mic?
Abi Begho
01:30:54
Yes, garbled is a very good word. Really hard to hear.
Nastassia Davis
01:30:58
It sounds like there is an echo that the sounds is bouncing off of
Kecia Ellick
01:31:20
You may want to move on from this precorded sectionits unintelligible
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:31:42
I’m so sad this isn’t working - I really feel this is a valuable presentation.
Rebecca LeBeau
01:32:11
Could we get this youtube link emailed to watch again after the webinar? We want to know what they're saying!
Court Durfee
01:32:20
Can you use the closed captions feature?
Nastassia Davis
01:33:09
yes
Kecia Ellick
01:33:10
Yes!
MARTHA BOISSEAU, MPH, CHES
01:33:10
Yes. Clearly
maria small
01:33:10
yes!!
Lyneia Richardson
01:33:11
Yes
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:33:11
I can hera you
Sagen Jackson
01:33:11
yes
Martha Tesfalul
01:33:12
Yes!
candiss ducksworth
01:33:13
yes
Sophia Halkitis
01:33:13
yes
Tamara Sanderson
01:33:13
yes!
Carla Clark
01:33:13
yes
a aiyepola
01:33:13
thank you
Erin Fortuna
01:33:13
Yes we can hear you
Leena Thomas
01:33:14
yes
Abi Begho
01:33:14
Yes, we can hear you clearly
Fabianne Blake
01:33:16
perfectly
SAMSUNG-SM-N950U
01:33:16
yes
casey parker
01:33:18
Yes
Fabianne Blake
01:33:25
that happens!!!!
Sarah Walz
01:33:42
It happens! thanks for being flexible :)
maria small
01:33:49
and still we rise!!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:34:26
I’m so impressed by the quality of this webinar. The video was unfortunate, but it’s so obvious a lot of love, passion, and professional work has been done. Kudos ladies!
Bella Morgan
01:34:27
Thank you for your patience and understanding. We are grateful for all participants who are tuning in!!
maria small
01:34:29
and keep on moving
maria small
01:35:05
agree--we will look forward to checking out their work later. we ll done!
Ayanna Robinson
01:35:32
@Alicia Sherrell, My protocol was reviewed by two Black researchers and a lactation counselor and I had informatin interviews with them for feedback. I also conducted a focus group a group of moms. We went through the protocol question by question and I probed them for feedback (e.g. is the language appropriate) and asked how they would respond to the question. I also asked them if they thought there was additional information that would be important to share. For my surveys, I followed a similar process with researchers and moms. I can provide you with more info if you would like -blackgirlsbreastfeedingclub@gmail.com
Bayonia Marshall
01:35:38
DC, VA, MD- We're hosting a maternal health event highlighting Dr Joia Crear-Perry (of National Birth Equity Collaborative + BMMA) at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hear-her-a-call-to-action-on-maternal-mortality-tickets-59342338532
Abi Begho
01:35:41
Yes, agree, this is an excellent webinar. Really appreciate you all organising this.
Nia Mitchell
01:35:49
Black Women Birthing Justice - https://www.blackwomenbirthingjustice.org/
Bayonia Marshall
01:35:54
Yes, excellent webinar. Thank you all so much.
Crystal Hayes
01:37:03
I’ve been thinking a lot about research justice within my own work on incarcerated Black women and their childbirth experiences
Kyrah Brown
01:37:27
Wow that quote is everything
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
01:37:32
The recording of this webinar will be posted to the Black Mamas Matter Alliance website at a later date.
maria small
01:37:38
'emancipatory methods' brilliant
Crystal Hayes
01:38:12
Feeling overwhelmed by the violence that takes place in research
Crystal Hayes
01:38:26
Emancipatory methods!!! Is there a citation for that?
RaShaunda Lugrand
01:38:50
Yes, to integrative language… and the arts!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:38:57
@Crystal - have you read Critical Ethnography by Soyini Madison? https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/critical-ethnography-method-ethics-and-performance_d-soyini-madison/476795/?mkwid=s5F8Qd4T0%7cdc&pcrid=70112885352&pkw=&pmt=&plc=&pgrid=21326561472&ptaid=pla-294813786956&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI1oCMxK_L4QIVBdbACh3aaQpMEAQYAiABEgKO-vD_BwE#isbn=0761929169&idiq=9785082
maria small
01:39:17
sounds like we got each other's backs---don't get overwhelmed. that's why we're all here together
maria small
01:39:17
YES
Tamika Douglas
01:39:28
Anyone here from Tennessee? I am a student in health informatics and very interested in data and research in Tennesse around Black Maternal Health. I am a mother of three beautiful daughters and had a traumatic birth experience with 3 c-sections.
Lyneia Richardson
01:39:28
Because we’ve been stuck in a box. So grateful for this time. I am moving out of the “box”, out of the therapy room, and into the community!
Crystal Hayes
01:39:37
I am doing this work in a hyper white space in the academy
Jillian Camisasca-Lopina
01:39:59
Dramatic readings of qualitative research- LOVE this idea
Mimi Niles
01:40:01
feminist ethnography craven and davis as well.
Crystal Hayes
01:40:05
My research focuses on incarcerated Black women and racial disparities in reproductive health care
Mimi Niles
01:40:10
feminist activist ethnography
RaShaunda Lugrand
01:40:19
Asset based research… and resilience… I LOVE this!
maria small
01:40:39
wow a whole new paradigm. 'I dream a world' that's how we often think as black women. yes
Ugo Edu
01:41:14
Here for the arts as a tool for disseminating research findings!!!
Sagen Jackson
01:41:58
boom
Renea L. Butler-King
01:42:05
Thank you
Abi Begho
01:42:11
I like that idea of moving away from mapping disparities and focusing on assets
maria small
01:42:14
YES. yes
Lyneia Richardson
01:42:14
My difficult childbirth experience led me to this journey. Yes, using expressive arts to present research findings.
Crystal Hayes
01:42:17
EXACTLY!!! This is why I made the decision to not just focus on incarcerated women where the default is white
Crystal Hayes
01:42:23
But specifically name Black women
Abi Begho
01:42:33
Yes, definitely! We have to get away as white woman as the standard for comparing our health.
Sagen Jackson
01:42:40
Thank you! This is so enlightening!!
Joi Barnett
01:43:02
Awesome information!
Lyneia Richardson
01:43:31
Yes yes and yes. I had to defend why I chose not to compare my dissertation sample of Black women to White women
Mimi Niles
01:43:40
YES! THE arrive study perpetuates obstetrical violence.
Ugo Edu
01:43:43
Yes to stopping studies that don’t make sense!! Same could be said about funding “water is wet” research
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:43:51
@Lyneia… Oh Lord.
Bayonia Marshall
01:44:13
What the is the current speaker's full name again? Incredible.
maria small
01:44:15
YES. black women MUST be part of the studie review aAND dissemination--black mammas
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:44:19
Monica Mclemore
Bayonia Marshall
01:44:22
TY
Lynnee Roane
01:44:40
Thanks so much for this powerful discussion. God bless Black women's wisdom!!
Ugo Edu
01:44:42
YES!!!!
Crystal Hayes
01:44:47
Yes
maria small
01:45:05
ok, I want to have a deeper discussion about ARRIVE--maybe ofline
Crystal Hayes
01:45:06
People are building careers off of Black women’s pain and suffering
Mimi Niles
01:45:24
Also new AJPH journal completely focused on shifting NIMDH research / funding priorities
maria small
01:45:29
yes, the wisdom of black women
Lynnee Roane
01:45:38
So true and this must end!
Ugo Edu
01:45:42
THANK YOU!!!!!
Nastassia Davis
01:45:47
Is there a list of where we can go to find the different types of black theoretical frameworks that we should be using to frame our studies? I am currently finishing up my DNP research and would have definitely selected different methodologies and frameworks had I had this current awareness.
Ayesha Lampkins
01:45:50
Yes!!
Abi Begho
01:45:50
Yes, agree. It's time for solutions
Kyrah Brown
01:45:52
Yes
casey parker
01:45:54
My phone died and I had to log back on. But I lost the info in the chat box. I’m a recently new doula in Connecticut please connect with me about events and info. amotherleveldoula@gmail.com
Chelsea Dade
01:45:59
Love this!
Joi Barnett
01:46:03
Yes!! That part!
MARTHA BOISSEAU, MPH, CHES
01:46:04
I've been saying this for years. Stop telling us it's broken. How do we fix it?
RaShaunda Lugrand
01:46:10
In spirit and truth!
Monica Martinez
01:46:31
Medicaid redesign is going to cover doula work we need rigorous research on that policy and improvement of health outcomes
maria small
01:46:47
snap, snap, snap. yes
maria small
01:47:16
and honor/respect those voices
casey parker
01:47:29
Whos inCT
Abi Begho
01:47:39
Wonderful, that's intreresting - experts by experience- we do need that.
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:47:42
I really hope this video goes up fast - I need to listen to this again and again and again...
casey parker
01:47:52
mmmeee toooo
candiss ducksworth
01:47:55
Yes- “cultural rigor” is very important and at times overlooked
maria small
01:48:01
why are we in the academy if we don't do the right thing?
Renea L. Butler-King
01:48:11
thank you
Ayesha Lampkins
01:48:33
*clapping*
casey parker
01:48:56
👏🏽
RaShaunda Lugrand
01:49:00
YES!!!!!
Mimi Niles
01:49:01
The intersection of healthcare and academics is deeply patriarchal - really hard to navigate as a junior researcher-midwife-WOC
maria small
01:49:12
a new paradigm. yes.
Ugo Edu
01:49:19
*CLAPPING*
Lynnee Roane
01:49:38
Preach! This so important. As a struggling PhD student I am trying to hold my ground on this issue.
Kecia Ellick
01:49:53
I'm over here SHOUTING!!!!
maria small
01:49:56
OMG you are speaking truth
Bella Morgan
01:50:02
Standing ovation for Dr. Monica McLemore! She shared so many gems. Please remember to cite her work.
Kecia Ellick
01:50:02
YOU BETTER SAY ALL OF THAT!
Kyrah Brown
01:50:04
Keep going sis!
Fabianne Blake
01:50:07
WOW
maria small
01:50:07
uplifting
Abi Begho
01:50:08
Excellent! Thank you, thank you, thank you
Sagen Jackson
01:50:08
I love you!
Nia Mitchell
01:50:09
YES!!!!!!!
Ugo Edu
01:50:13
YES YES YES!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!
Jillian Camisasca-Lopina
01:50:14
THANK YOU!!!!
Bella Morgan
01:50:18
Standing ovation for Dr. Monica McLemore! She shared so many gems. Please remember to cite her work.
Lynnee Roane
01:50:22
Thanks...awesomely inspiring!
Court Durfee
01:50:24
Excellent, excellent information. Thank you so much for your work.
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:50:24
LOVED IT
maria small
01:50:25
adn reinsuring to us
Mimi Niles
01:50:26
YES - aspirational research
Ayesha Lampkins
01:50:26
YES!! LOVE IT! THANK YOU!
Kecia Ellick
01:50:26
I CAN'T WAIT TO PLAY THIS AGAIN AFTER ITS POSTED
Trodi-Ann Scott
01:50:27
Brilliant, thank you.
Andrea Palmer
01:50:29
Amazing!
Monica McLemore
01:50:30
So grateful for all of you and we can do this y'all.
Greta James Maxfield
01:50:31
Yes this is the way that I imagine things were done way back when......And the death rate was described as lower than today.
casey parker
01:50:35
Awesome
Sophia Halkitis
01:50:35
That was so informative and inspirational
Sagen Jackson
01:50:35
Yes, pure brilliance
Inas Mahdi
01:50:38
Cite Black Women.
maria small
01:50:38
inspiring
Velma Taormina
01:50:40
That was great!
Na'kita Birdsong
01:50:43
loved everything about it!!!!
Sarah Walz
01:50:43
Yes!!
Ugo Edu
01:50:43
Will have my students listen to this webinar!!
Renea L. Butler-King
01:50:46
yes standing ovation
Chisma X
01:50:46
THANK YOU!!!!
Monica McLemore
01:50:47
Let’s go y’all.
Lillian Jimenez
01:50:49
GRACIAS/THANK YOU - so helpful.
Ada Dieke
01:50:50
Brilliant presentation!
Tamara Sanderson
01:50:53
Brilliant!
Erin Fortuna
01:50:57
Thank you so much for all of this amazing information!
casey parker
01:51:06
great
Emily Anesta
01:51:10
Foundation for the Advancement of Midwifery board of directors here. THANK YOU all for this amazing webinar. So much wisdom dropped here. Let’s decolonize research. Decolonize funding. This could all be different
Janina Daniels
01:51:12
Awe -inspiring from all the presenters today!!! #BMHW19
Holly Singh
01:51:14
Thank you. Will definitely be asking my students to check this all out.
Bayonia Marshall
01:51:25
Monica Lemore- can we get you out to DC on May 20th for our event? <3
Breanna Pennington
01:51:33
I'm currently working for United Health Care. They have launched its first ever home service for pregnant women. The women come to me from the time they find out they're pregnant until their baby turns 2.
maria small
01:51:34
do not accept the pars. we go t it toxic paradigm
Lynnee Roane
01:51:36
BMMA...thanks so much for all you do. Gonna sign on to donate when I sign off and I challenge all participants to do the same.
SAMSUNG-SM-N950U
01:51:55
Brilliant! As a black midwife that owns a birth center and supports home births I believe putting the support and care back into the hands of our own people makes the biggest difference in decreasing the disparities
maria small
01:52:08
sorry--do not accept toxic paradigms!!
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:52:11
@Breanna - would you email me about this? ceottenweller@me.com
maria small
01:52:33
gonna donate
Breanna Pennington
01:52:59
Yes @cecelia i will. I will get off at 5 and will send you the information
Carla Clark
01:53:11
do you offer mentorship programs for black midwifes
Nastassia Davis
01:53:26
I’d like to learn more about how to find the types of frameworks and methodologies that best serve our types of research?
Janina Daniels
01:53:29
@Breanna, please email me at jdaniels@cbww.org, I am a Healthy Start grantee
maria small
01:53:32
what books ks did you reference e? can give offline
Carla Clark
01:53:45
Why are you inclusive of others and not simply focusing on black mothers
Cecelia Ottenweller
01:54:34
I’m white. Is there a place for me in helping this cause in my research? I’m getting an MA in Cultural Sustainability at Goucher College. I want to do my thesis looking at how culture differences in the Patient/Provider relationship is affecting African American maternal health here in Houston.
Breanna Pennington
01:54:36
@Janina i work with them also. we are all in the same office
Nuratu Otulana
01:54:39
Ancient Song Doula Training does an excellent job of RJ doula training
Nastassia Davis
01:55:40
thank you
Efe Osaren
01:55:56
Black Womens Blueprint has a training on the sxual abuse to maternal mortality pipeline coming up!
Sagen Jackson
01:56:03
Excellent! Thank you for your time
Chelsea Dade
01:56:09
Thank you!!
Janina Daniels
01:56:19
Great webinar! Glad to be apart of such great researchers/partners!
casey parker
01:56:20
earths natural touch birth care and beyond also has an awesome doula program. in Bridgeport conn
Kecia Ellick
01:56:20
This has been so incredibly valuable!
Lynnee Roane
01:56:21
Thank you so much! Excellent work!
Bayonia Marshall
01:56:21
Thank you!
Na'kita Birdsong
01:56:24
Thank Y'all so much!!!!!
Comfort Olorunsaiye
01:56:24
Thank you!
Ayesha Lampkins
01:56:29
This was excellent! Thank you all so much!
Nia Mitchell
01:56:33
Please check out ALL of the references cited for each presentation on BMMA's website!!!
Patricia Quinn
01:56:34
Thank you! my agency will look for ways to support doula research
Maeve Wallace
01:56:35
Thank you for this very informative and inspiring presentation!
MARTHA BOISSEAU, MPH, CHES
01:56:37
Looking forward to the breakfast tomorroe
Sarah Tran
01:56:38
Learned a lot and feeling inspired by this presentation. Thank you!
Jessica Lamberson
01:56:38
Thank you BMMA!
Shenell Ford
01:56:38
This has been so amazing! Thank you all!
Court Durfee
01:56:39
Thank you
casey parker
01:56:40
thank u
Abi Begho
01:56:41
Thank you s
Ugo Edu
01:56:43
This was amazing! Thank you!
Ali Tatum
01:56:44
thank you!