In this episode, award-winning journalist, author, and professor Kristal Brent Zook discusses questions around racial identity and explains why feminism is an exclusive, white mainstream term that often fails to address the struggles of women of color.
Sponsored by: The Stork and the Beanstalk, photography by Ashley Jennett.
In this Episode, Dori interviews mama in recovery, Nicole Davis. This young Seattle based mama shares her journey of addiction, rehab and recovery, her spiritual awakening and becoming a mama.
Sponsored by: Doula Silence and Soul. Addressing birth, intuition, and fear and learning the language that lives there.
In this episode, Trisha Kuhlmey, Owner of Liquid Eden, a water store and holistic center in San Diego, educated us on the conscious water movement and the process is takes to create living water to nurture the mind, body, and spirit.
Sponsored by: Mama Makers Collective, a traveling marketplace and a movement that serves business-minded mothers. IG mamamakerscollective
In this episode, Carolyn Desert talks about her past as Miss Haiti 2014 and introduces her project “Flow Haiti” - an initiative that seeks to keep Haitian girls in schools by educating them about menstruation and providing them with reusable pads.
Sponsored by: Empowered Birth Project, IG @empoweredbirthproject - A movement to inspire and empower birthing women.
In this episode, Amirah Sackett, Chicago based dancer, choreographer, and makeup artist, shares her love for dance and how she uses this medium in her piece, 'We're Muslim, don't panic,' to challenge the perception of Muslim women in the Western World.
Sponsored by: Carriage House Birth, IG @carriagehousebirth - Dula services, childbirth education, and classes/workshops from Brooklyn to Los Angeles.