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If you posted a black square on #BlackOutTuesday, consider making today’s action participating in #BirthdayForBreonna, an action created by @battymamzelle. Breonna would be turning 27 today had she not been murdered by police, shot 8 times while sleeping in her bed after finishing her shift as an EMT. As of yet, no one has been arrested. #sayhername
Trigger warning: this post deals with Black Maternal death. If you have been affected by this, you might want to avoid this post. Black women are 5x more likely to die in childbirth than white women. In NYC, it’s 12x. There has been a 25 year increase in maternal death among Black Americans. It’s easy to see numbers, and miss the story: These “numbers” are actual Black women-Mothers-who die AVOIDABLE deaths because of unconscious bias racism. These are women-Mothers-who do not get to see their babies grow up. (please sit with that for a sec.) Numbers are also numbers and they point to an incontestable conclusion: Racism and bias in medicine are rampant. So what can we do? We can begin by celebrating-and supporting-Latham Thomas, founder of @mamaglow, a master birth doula, doula trainer-with particular emphasis on training doulas in underserved communities-social justice warrior, bestselling author and world reknown wellness leader who is revolutionizing the maternal health field. Her work as a doula-coupled with her work in removing systemic violence and racism in health care–means she is creating the path and increasing the odds for Black mothers to LIVE and experience joy. Because as @laylafsaad put it this very morning, “Black LIFE matters.” On a personal note, Latham holds a sacred place in my heart because she was holding my hand when I became a mother for the second time ♥️ Please consider dedicating your action work today to educating yourself about the Black Maternal health crisis, and about systemic racism and bias in medicine. Google is the friend you should ask on this one. And thank you to @nowthisnews for highlighting Latham’s work in actively addressing the black maternal health crisis. #BlackLivesMatter #BlackWomenMatter #BlackMothersMatter #BlackLifeMatters
If you posted a black square yesterday in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter, what concrete action are you taking today to help end violence and oppression against Black lives? Self-education is a great place to start. I’ve included a list of anti-racism books above. Also, if you posted a square yesterday please consider taking action today by contributing what you can to The @BailProject. (Please know that I am deeply conscious of the horrific levels of income inequality in America and my privileged position: I never ask for your financial contribution to a cause I am not also financially supporting.)
Repost from @lbreggy & @drnicolerankins: “We are McStuffin Mommies. We are a collective of nearly 1,200 women physicians of color. We are nearly 1,200 women physicians of color who are, also…mothers.⠀ ⠀ Daily, we leave our homes & tend to minds, bodies & souls to heal them & make them better, regardless of color.⠀ ⠀ With a smile, we perform physicals on towheaded boys who look like Dylann Roof, then come home & wince in fear when our sweet little boys smile with that small gap in the front like Ahmaud Arbery.⠀ ⠀ Cheerfully, we set the broken bones of men with a sprinkling of gray hair like Derek Chauvin then anxiously hold our breaths when our husbands stand tall in dapper black suits & leave our homes like George Floyd.⠀ ⠀ We hold the hands & deliver the babies of precious young women like Amy Cooper then admonish our sons to NEVER leave the house alone & always have a witness when speaking to strange women who do not look like us, their sisters or their grandmothers. Anxiously, we teach our curly haired boys that if those women raise an alarm to keep their hands UP, eyes DOWN and voices LOW when speaking to those they may summon.⠀ ⠀ With determined efficiency we restart the hearts of obese red-haired men like Travis McMichael then feel our stomach twist in knots when our daughters complete their applications for EMT training like Breonna Taylor.⠀ ⠀ We remain committed to our oath to provide the best medical care possible to every patient that crosses our paths regardless of their station in life, their religious affiliation…their color. We do this while we look at our beautiful brown children with the crushing reality that this world will NEVER afford them that same level of equanimity & grace.⠀ ⠀ For 8 minutes & 46 seconds we saw, but most of all we heard.⠀ ⠀ We heard 114 words.⠀ ⠀ 2 that pierced our souls.⠀ ⠀ 2 cries for “Mama”.⠀ ⠀ We heard our boys. We heard our girls.⠀ ⠀ We heard, in that moment, that no matter how many lives we may save, there are so many others willing to take the lives we made.⠀ ⠀ Make a promise to us America.⠀ ⠀ We made a promise to care for your children.⠀ ⠀ Make a promise to us to do better by our children. Allow us to breathe.”
🦋⚡️Very honored to be appearing in @chrysalisla’s gala on Zoom tonight @ 7PM PST (if you are interested, tickets are available through the link in my bio.) If you can’t attend, please consider making a donation of any size to this incredible organization that seeks to help people experiencing homelessness by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment. Thank you so much for your generosity! ⚡️🦋 PS: Why do I have Bowie-esque make up on you might wonder? Tune in to find out! (Hint: 🎵👩🏻🎤🌟🎭🎬🎵)
The global #COVID19 crisis has put millions of women & children in danger, as they are forced to shelter in homes where violence occurs. I’m proud to join @CharlizeAfrica, @CTAOP, @CAREorg, & @EIFoundation, to help provide funds & resources to trusted domestic violence shelters around the world. Let’s show all women and children they’re not alone by standing #togetherforher. (link in my bio)
unbelievable luck to make my NY stage debut as Lili in Kathleen Marshall’s production of Carnival! opposite Brian Stokes Mitchell. A big fan of Ragtime, I couldn’t believe I was going to get to act–and sing!–with him. Though it has been many years, he remains one of the loveliest people I have ever had the pleasure of working with. This video is him exactly as I remember, just glorious in every way. Please enjoy his talent and spirit and generosity, and keep praying for those who “march into hell for a heavenly cause.” Thanks, Stokes xx 🎞 Erik Hartog/FB “As per request, I filmed tonights performance video of Broadway legend, and apparently neighbor, Brian Stokes Mitchell celebrating healthcare workers at 7pm. Today, an MTA bus stopped to watch the performance. A few notes on tonights performance: a) He is pointing to several fire and ambulance crews who have stopped by to listen to the performance; b) Tonight was a double feature as he also sang ‘I, Don Quixote.’”
With this full, Pink moon, I keep close to my heart all those on the front lines of the fight — the sick and the healers, those living in economic uncertainty, and all who are sheltering in place. I invite in greater appreciation and connection to a collective unity, grace, and love. Peace be with you 🤍 🌕 🤍 Photo by Giorgia Hofer