The Doulas: Radical Care For Pregnant People

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The Doulas: Radical Care For Pregnant People
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Charis Books and More/Charis Circle says
The Doula Project is a group of caregivers in New York City who operate on the simple idea that all pregnant people deserve nonjudgmental support across the "spectrum” of pregnancy outcomes—whether birth, abortion, miscarriage, or adoption. Even more radical, they provide those services for free. The Doulas: Radical Care for Pregnant People uses story to connect the medical-political experience of pregnancy to its individual daily realities, while also giving voice to the caregiver's experience. The book serves as both a history of the doula movement and a guidebook for those interested in entering the field. It’s an incredible intersectional view into what the practice of reproductive justice can look like. Charis celebrates the release of this book by welcoming Mary Mahoney and Lauren Mitchell to read from their book and talk about the Doula Project.
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By: Charis Books and More/Charis Circle

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