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Here and Now
Naima Beckles and a client sit down with Sandra Bookman and discussing For Your Birth and the importance of postpartum care.
Interview with Naima Beckles
Co-founder Naima Beckles tells Karen Hunter about a 36+ hour birth.
Naima Beckles: Doula and Childbirth Expert
“We have an unrealistic expectation when it comes to childbirth,” Beckles told the Amsterdam News. “We expect it to be like the movies, where the mother’s water breaks and after three pushes the baby is born. But that’s not the case at all. Mothers can be in labor for hours and it is important for any expecting parents to be mentally prepared.”
OPEN: For Your Birth
Host Rhina Valentin sits down with For Your Birth Co-Founder and Doula Naima Beckles to inform the viewers on the benefits of having a birth and postpartum doula. Beckles tells her story and explains what inspire her to help other women through their journey of becoming a parent.
Get Well Wednesday: When A Doula is A Lifesaver
A conversation with Naima Beckles about the high rates of maternal mortality among women of color. Including an in-depth look at the health benefits of having a doula during birth and post-partum.
The More You Know, Mama: 5 Things To Know About Doulas, From A Doula
Victoria Uwumarogie in discussion with Naima Beckles about doulas, what to expect from doula care, and postpartum doula support.
Positively Black: For Your Birth
Naima Beckles, co-founder of For Your Birth, talks about the network to support black mothers through pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.
Doula 911: Saving Black Moms Before & After Delivery
Karen Taylor-Bass sits down with Naima Beckles to discuss the role doulas can play in reducing maternal mortality rates among black women.
Taking Black Mothers by the Hand
Cecilia Butini in discussion with our very own Bailey Rollins on poor maternal outcomes for women of colour and how doulas are helping to reverse the trend.
Interview with WURD radio
Naima Beckles, co-founder of For Your Birth, shares insights into the alarming statistics regarding Black women and injury or death following childbirth, and why much more advocacy for doula care and medical intervention is necessary to improve outcomes.
On Maternal Death Rates, Postpartum Care & Trusting Your Body: A Q&A With A Black Doula
Keyaira Kelly interviews Naima Beckles on the ins and outs of doula work. They also discuss the higher maternal mortality rate for black women and what we can do to change that.