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WOMANLY MAGAZINE | Issue No. 4: black maternal health

$12.00

In this issue you will find preventative health information on preterm birth, gestational diabetes and where to find the best resources for new mothers as well as interviews with a midwife, a nurse practitioner, an economic researcher, a formerly incarcerated mother, and more.

Our fourth print issue seeks to champion stories that don’t often get told, including postpartum family portraits, a water-birth photo essay, adoption advice, and works representing the child rearing experience from across the African diaspora.

- Cover Photography by ash luna and 4th Trimester Bodies Project

Issue No. 4 Advisory Board:

  • Anthonia Akitunde is the founder and editor-in-chief of mater mea, "a website that tells the stories of women of color at the intersection of motherhood and career." Anthonia is based in New York City.

  • Adoptive Black Mom is a diversity professional and the blogger behind Adoptive Black Mom, where she shares her experience of adoption as a Black woman.

  • Asasiya Muhammad, CPM, LM is known as "The People's Midwife." She operates Inner Circle Midwifery, which provides a range of family planning, prenatal, delivery, and postpartum services to women.

  • Camille A. Clare, MD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at New York Medical College.

  • Corinne Gordon is a visual artist and independent curator who works on special events for The Studio Museum in Harlem.

  • Jovida Hill is the Executive Director for the Office of Engagement for Women for the City of Philadelphia. She is a writer and producer of education, broadcast, and training films and videos, and currently serves on the boards of the Black Women's Health Alliance and the Logan Square Neighborhood Association.

  • Stephanie Baptist is the Founder and Director of the apartment gallery and project space, Medium Tings, which highlights the work of up-and-coming artists of color.

  • Lisbeth Kaiser is the author of three children’s books in the "Little People, Big Dreams" series, telling the stories of Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, and Emmeline Pankhurst.

WOMANLY MAGAZINE | Issue No. 4: black maternal health

$12.00