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Doula Jazzmine "Rural Black Doula" is a Black birth scholar and researcher currently in her Ph.D. at Iowa State University studying Black maternal health. Doula Jazzmine has extensive experience collaborating on equity and inclusion, reproductive rights, and centering Black mamas in building toward a safer, culturally conscious, and representative space for birth.

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2022 Iowa Civil & Human Rights Symposium

Session Title: Healthcare at the Intersections

COVID-19 exposed how vulnerable populations are at greater risk when quality, accessible, culturally conscious, and person-centered services and support are not available. In this session, the facilitator will share their work in supporting folks at the intersections of race, gender, ability, spirituality, sexual orientation, citizenship status, and class. We'll identify the challenges of navigating health and social services, and how to better create informative policies and practices that support BIPOC people and their families.