Doulas Are Saving Black Women One Birth at a Time

By Tamika Rowe, MPH

Knowing My Family’s Health History Saved My Life

By Erika Stallings

How Choosing A Clinician of Color Changed My Life

By Danielle Hobbs

What Happens in the Doctor’s Office Shouldn’t Stay There

By Kelsey Perdue

Money or My Mind? Why I Chose My Mental Health Over a Bigger Paycheck

By Cierrah Parson

Black women’s self-care is subversive because to take care of ourselves means that we disrupt the societal and political paradigms that say Black women are disposable, unvalued.
— Shanesha Brooks-Tatum
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