Teastained WOMBMAN

June 23  |  2:30 – 4:30 PM  |  $25

Female fetuses are created carrying all of the eggs they will ever have. We were all carried in the womb of our maternal grandmother. What does this mean for BIPOC women at every stage of the birthing continuum (from ideation to conception) except that matriarchy is a weighty consideration as our descendants are walking with us with every decision and in every season until we conceive them?

In a propositional workshop, Doula Lauren B. Solomon and diarist Chimene Jackson will be leading a combined doula and journaling workshop. The dual workshop will invite BIPOC women to engage in the radical remembering and re-education of our birthrights pertaining to preparing for the sacred rights of passage that is pregnancy, birth and the postpartum experience while also reminding us as melanted beings of the vast ancestral implications of documenting ourselves throughout womanhood for sake of our multigenerationality. You’ll leave empowered and equipped with knowledge/wisdoms that will support you in having the birth experience you deserve and desire.