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An audio-first docuseries exploring what it means to be a Black person having a baby in the United States today.
Picture of Gabrielle Horton
An audio-first docuseries exploring what it means to be a Black person having a baby in the United States today.
Picture of Gabrielle Horton
Myeshia is a married, 34-year-old cis Black queer woman with a PhD. Two weeks after giving birth to her first child in a Southern California emergency room, things take a turn for the worse.
Picture of Gabrielle Horton
So many people could identify with Beyoncé and Serena Williams’ recent birthing experiences. But where could non-celebrity black parents and loved ones go to share, listen and feel seen?

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