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Bring the Rural Black Doula District to your next event.


Rural Black Doula District features facilitated spaces, partnerships, and the RBD Chronicles. Jazzmine is a Black birth scholar and cultural archivist researching Black midwife's reclamation of traditional birth practices. Doula Jazzmine has extensive experience collaborating with organizations on designing equity spaces that center culture, liberatory practices, and Black + Brown spirits in building toward a safer, culturally conscious, and representative space for birth. 

What's New?

Speaking Engagements

Presentation Request

  • Black and Indigenous midwifery research

  • Historical and contemporary issues related to Black maternal and infant mortality

  • Black lactation + space that centers culture

  • Documentary and series discussions related to Black mothering, maternal health, and health disparities

  • Restorative justice circle facilitation

RBDC is a tribute to those in search
of their mother's garden.

  • RBDC: Let's Talk About the 'F' Word w/ Charmaine

  • RBDC: "Boss Mom" w/ Janessa Lindsey

  • RBDC: "Healing Pages" w/ Shaina Destine

  • RBDC: Education vs. Action

  • RBDC: My Mother's Garden w/ Gail Hudson

  • RBDC: Othermothering

WHO 13 TV Iowa Tori Bowie and Maternal Mortality featuring Rural Black Doula

Coming Back 2023
on @Rural Black Doula on Instagram

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