Birth Justice Ep. 8.5 – Albany Birth Justice Storytelling Project Part 2
Now we go to HMM’s Catherine Rafferty with the second part of her conversation with the Albany Birth Justice Storytelling Project. Here’s Nakia Tillman, one of the project coordinators.
HMM’s Catherine Rafferty is joined by members the Albany Birth Justice Storytelling Project based at University at Albany. Today we meet Dr. Rajani Bhatia, faculty sponsor, Nikia Tillman, co-chair of BirthNet and community sponsor, Chloe Anne Blaise, project listener, and Destiny Bender, storyteller. The Albany Birth Justice Storytelling Project is participatory action research that combines photo-voice narrative and transformative storytelling to collect qualitative data on the experience of Black birthing people from Albany who are impacted by racial inequities in birth outcomes.
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Birth Justice features interviews with birth workers, birthing people and activists around the topics of advocacy, equity, autonomy, and respect in childbearing and reproductive care.