Supporting Black Maternal Health

The Kitara Fund shares 1% of all sales with Black led community initiatives expanding birthing justice.

Racial Inequity in Birth

In the US, Black and Indigenous birthing people are 3x more likely to die than their white counterparts.  

We stand with Black, Indigenous, and POC community leaders community leaders to advance birthing rights and maternal health in disenfranchised populations.

For the Village

For the Village is a reproductive justice organization that provides free full spectrum doula services to all families who have been marginalized such as people of color, LGBTQIA and low income individuals/families.

Founded by Sabia C Wade, an author and educator at the forefront of educating and advocating for the rights and care of the BIPOC birthing community.

Birthing Liberation: How Reproductive Justice Can Set Us Free

Sabia Wade’s Birthing Liberation presents reproductive justice as the pathway to equity. As a Radical Full Spectrum Doula and Somatic Experiencing Educator, Sabia sheds the possibility of profound expansion within our society that is accessible through centering BIPOC birthing people and unveils the trauma healing that must take place at every level within the medical and birthing system in order to ensure a safe and empowered births for all. Birthing Liberation opens a way forward to better outcomes for parents, children, communities, and ultimately liberation that reaches far beyond the birthing room.

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