Monthly Archives: November 2016

  1. Racial Disparities Persist

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    November 28, 2016 by AROMidwifery

    Despite the national Healthy People objectives established every ten years for the last three decades by the Office of Disease …
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  2. If All Lives Really Mattered

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    November 28, 2016 by AROMidwifery

    The main strand of the alternative birth movement in the US which has been lead primarily by white, middle class …
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  3. Attempting to Measure Diversity and Inclusion

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    November 28, 2016 by AROMidwifery

    The term “diversity” is widely used in health care literature.  The term “representative workforce” has more positive connotations than “diversity” …
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  4. Implicit Bias

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    November 28, 2016 by AROMidwifery

    Implicit bias when unacknowledged by health care providers has the ability to manifest as contempt for the otherness they will …
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  5. Plugging into this important work

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    November 28, 2016 by AROMidwifery

    To find out more about how to get connected to this important, ongoing work, visit the following sites describing more active …
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Jeffrey Allen Nall, PhD

Professor, Public Speaker, Social Critic

Radical Doula

Where social justice & birth activism meet

Mamas of Color Rising

poor and working-class mamas of color organizing for revolutionary social change in austin, texas

Using Lessons from BIRTH to Create Inspiration for LIFE

Musings From The Mind of Sista Midwife

Midwives of Color

Information for Midwives of Color in North America