In Part Two of this community based podcast, Carmen Parra Cano join the podcast to talk about their experience in the United Birthworkers of Color, AZ, a prototype envisioning resilient partnerships for the reproductive health of their communities.
Under the direction of The New School and Social Movements + Innovations, three Arizona-based organizations came together as part of a cohort of prototyping labs working on re-imagining sustainable leadership and organization while testing disruptive and creative ways to challenge white dominant culture.
"The Cihuapactli Collective, rooted in ancestral and Traditional Knowledge, is committed to inclusively empowering womxn and their families through culturally restorative education, food as medicine, prenatal care, birthing and postpartum support, as well as womb care throughout the life cycle. We support the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual self-determination of womxn through health education and exploration of opportunities."
How to network with the Cihuapactli Collective:
@Cihuapactli Collective e-mail
@Cihuapactli Collective Instagram
People, places and things mentioned on the podcast:
Quinoa con leche (Quinoa with milk) recipe