Celebration of Black Maternal Health Week

Monday, April 12, 2021 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm


Join us for three different discussions around Black Maternal Health.  This event is co-sponsored by the Oshun Family Center and Arcadia's Graduate Program in Counseling in the Department of Psychology.  

Monday, April 12 @ 1pm:  The Power of Knowledge: Legislative/policy updates at the city, state and federal levels related to the health and well-being of Black birthing people.  

Moderated by Saleemah McNeil with speakers:  Michael Morror, La'Tasha Mayes, Dr. Irene Headen, Gabrielle Nelson, and State Representative Morgan Cephas.

Access April 12th's webinar here.

Tuesday, April 13 @ 3pm: Body Sovereignty & Liberation: The Black Birthing experience, reflections, lessons and resources from a year in a global pandemic.  

Moderated by Shukriyyah Mitchell and Porsche Holland with speakers:  Michael Morrow, Emma Drosey, Titilogoa Ogbeide, Tekara Gainey, and Erica Lynn Cotton.

Access April 13th's webinar here.

Wednesday, April 14 @ 5pm: Resilient not Strong: (In)Fertility and Pregnancy/Infant Loss Awareness, Support and healing.  

Moderated by Sabrina Keeton and Diona Murray with speakers:  Michael Morrow, Shanna Williams, Alexia Doumbouya, and Ta'Quilla "Tei" Pearson

Access April 14th's webinar here.

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