Health Disparities, Advocacy, and the Coronavirus

Surgical face masks laying on table Karolina Grabowska/Pexels

An audio interview and written transcript with Sabia Wade, a Black and Queer full-spectrum doula, doula business coach, and reproductive justice advocate, about health disparities, advocacy, and how both are affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

“In this episode, I interview Sabia Wade, a Black and Queer full spectrum doula, doula business coach and reproductive justice advocate. She is the founder of For The Village and Birthing Advocacy Doula Trainings. She’s also a Somatic Experience Practitioner in training. Sabia’s mission is to bring inclusive, accessible and full spectrum education and resources to all individuals and organizations dedicated to creating a world of inclusion, justice and equity to birthing people all over the world. Sabia and I discuss health disparities and advocacy, and how both are being affected by the coronavirus pandemic.”