1 May

Birth Her Way:

A great idea – a retreat at The Farm in Tennessee for birth activists! If you are interested in participating, read more below. Does this sound like you??

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Working to bring awareness to our broken maternity care system can feel quite lonely.  When we produced the play “Birth” by Karen Brody back in 2007, we had a strong group of doulas helping, and a close-knit home birth community to fill the seats.  Ultimately, aside from the professionals who agreed to participate in the talk back panel discussion after the play, it felt a bit like preaching to the choir.  But we plugged along, undeterred because we so passionately believed that nothing would improve if we weren’t talking about it.  So, we held a screening of “Business of Being Born,” we hosted Jennifer Block to discuss her book Pushed, we hosted a screening of “Pregnant in America”and we created Women In Labor Daze, a week long celebration of motherhood which culminated in another weekend of the play “Birth.”  But all along, we wondered if our message was…

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  1. Sarah June 5, 2012 at 10:03 am #

    This is a great blog! I follow you on twitter and can’t wait to learn more for you. :)

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