Zine: What Does An Uprising Doula Do?

Posted on February 6, 2021

ONE Archives Foundation / February 6, 2021

Uprising is a word that can be found across time in archives, news reports, group texts, and more, meaning many things to different people. As editors of the What Does an Uprising Doula Do? zine, Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad and Pato Hebert sought to both explore and make space for these multiple understandings. As members of the What Would an HIV Doula Do? collective, the editors posed prompts to their friends, comrades, and peers.

“We are living in a movement moment that we’ve long prepared for. I feel incredibly proud and grateful to be the director of Bay Rising, a regional coalition of grassroots organizations, which has played such a key role in  bringing communities together for social justice and building long-term power that positions Black, Indigenous, & people of color as the decision-makers for themselves and their own families,” — Kimi Lee.

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