“I can no longer afford the luxury of being selective about with whom I share my fear, my pain, my rage.”
“I’ve been having a lot of dreams of what it actually looks like for mamahood and motherhood in this time period.”
Let’s use Bonita’s experience and the experiences of others to help us navigate this crisis. We are better together.
Tune in heroines, wake up femme and female protagonists. We need you.
For parents of children with emotional disabilities, sending our kids to school is a dangerous exercise in Russian roulette with the school-to-prison pipeline.
Black women are uniquely able to better support each other in birth because we experience and understand the impacts of racism on our relationships, to our bodies, and our ability to self-determine our health care.