Midwives Address Health Disparities

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I Am A Midwife Videos!

It’s spring, the flowers are blooming and so is I am a Midwife! Midwives Alliance of North America presents the new sneak peek, “Every Woman Deserves a Midwife!” enjoy!

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I Am A Midwife Video Series

I am a Midwife is a new public education campaign by the Midwives Alliance of North America http://mana.org/

IAAM presents a series of short videos featuring a diverse selection of midwives, practicing in different settings across the US and Canada, serving a variety of communities and speaking about a range of topics.

IAAM is meant to change the discourse about childbirth in the US–from fear to empowerment! IAAM is for potential consumers of midwifery, aspirant midwives and those engaged in the public discussion about transforming our system of maternity care in the US, including, of course, midwives!

Filmed, edited and co-produced by Nicolle Littrell of Woman in the Moon Films http://www.youtube.com/user/womaninthemoonfilms

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I am a Midwife includes an excerpt from “I Love Being a Midwife,” adapted by visionary and activist, Dr. Byllye Avery, founder of the Black Women’s Health Imperative and a Midwife, and presented it as gift to the Black Midwives and Healers of International Center for Traditional Childbearing http://www.ictcmidwives.org/
ICTC members have taught the song to MANA and other birth worker organizations, and the song has spread far and wide across the midwifery and birthing communities

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Videos Coming Soon!

Watch our site for some excellent videos coming very soon!

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