This is the trailer for season three of the Birthing and justice podcast.
This podcast is for anyone who is interested in helping to transform how birthing is experienced for people who are not the ideal imagined users of health services.
For many birthing people – especially those who aren't white, cisgendered, middle class, straight and able bodied – encountering health systems can be fraught. They can feel unsafe.
In season three, I’ll be talking to amazing guests about anti-racism practice in birthing, creating nurturing and empowering spaces for birthing people, and navigating oppressive systems.
We’ll hear from Carla Pascoe-Leahy, Cherisse Buzzacott, Aruna Boodram, Lucinda Canty, Natalie Kon-Yu, Janelle Da Silva, Ritodhi Chakraborty and Aline Carrara.
You'll be able to start downloading episodes from May.
For more details see: www.ruthdesouza.com/podcast
Music in this episode includes ‘House on the Hill’ by Ketsa, used under a Creative Commons license from Free Music Archive
Birthing and Justice is written and produced by Dr Ruth De Souza on the traditional and unceded lands of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations. Sound editing by Olivia Smith.