This week’s episode is deep, and real, and important, and features a conversation with Christin Farmer—Founder BIRTHING BEAUTIFUL COMMUNITIES, a grass-roots team of doulas and women trained in perinatal support who provide education and support to expecting African American mothers. Based out of Cleaveland Ohio, in Christin’s community seven black babies die for every one white baby. Nationally, African American women are affected by infant death 3 times more than the national average. A simple fact that’s an incredibly powerful illustration of the everyday, human impact of institutionalized racism in the US—the fallout from which, Christin is on a mission to help people heal from AT BIRTH. You can learn more about Christin Farmer and her work HERE.