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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 speaking on equity and inclusion, reproductive rights, and centering Black mamas in building towards a safer, culturally-centered, and representative space for birth.


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​Upcoming Engagement

  • Everystep and CAN (Community Action Network) - "Black Maternal Health - Moving Beyond Disparities" - March 2021

  • Iowa Breastfeeding Coalition - March 2021

  • Stockton University - Womxn's History Month TogetHER event - March 2021

Past Engagement

Email Rural Black Doula at brooks@jaiolivewellness.page

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Upcoming Vlog Posts

  • Black Lives Matter: Honor Black Birth in Rural Spaces

  • Why did I become a Doula?

  • What's in my Doula Bag?

  • Being a Doula in Rural Iowa

  • What have I learned in my first year as a Doula?

  • Supporting Births During COVID-19

  • My Identity as a Black Birth Scholar and Activist


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