Through community-based care, doula SeQuoia Kemp advocates for radical change

SeQuoia Kemp was 14 years old when she attended her first birth – standing at the foot of the bed, she watched as her cousin was born. “From that moment on, I knew I wanted to help deliver babies.”

From NPR.org | SeQuoia Kemp has been providing support to birthing mothers, their partners and families before, during and after pregnancy and childbirth in Syracuse, N.Y., for more than a decade. And in a time where maternal mortality rates in the United States are staggeringly disproportionate for Black mothers and abortion rights are at risk in many states, she says doula care is more important than ever. Full Story Here

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