Here is BCRW’s video recording of the event if you weren’t able to make it out or would like to relive the experience!
These women have incredible stories and do amazing things.
Rock on radical doulas!
[Video description: This panel discussion features a group of reproductive justice activists and birth doulas who work across the spectrum of pregnancy, birth, and women’s health, connecting the traditional reproductive rights movement with new social justice activism that considers the complete physical, political, and economic well-being of girls and women. Panelists include Aisha Domingue, doula coordinator at the Brooklyn Young Mothers Collective; Mary Mahoney, assistant director of the Pro-Choice Public Education Project and co-founder and co-coordinator of the Doula Project; Lauren Mitchell, health educator and co-founder and co-coordinator of the Doula Project; and Miriam Pérez, founder and sole blogger at RadicalDoula.com and editor at Feministing.com. Moderated by Lucy Trainor, this event took place on March 3, 2010 at Barnard College in New York City.]