Birthing Justice Response CA COVID-19

On average, there are over 1000 live births everyday in California, and that hasn't stopped during the COVID-19 epidemic. Advocates, health professionals and doulas are working to re-imagine perinatal care both during COVID-19 and beyond that centers our most vulnerable communities.

As a way to uplift and protect women/birthing people's bodily autonomy, understand the issues that are most impacted and pushing for a more justice future for all, we want to hear from you. Below is a survey designed to catch the stories of pregnant people as well as people who have recently given birth. Please use the form to share your story, you do not need to provide your name or contact information if you do not feel comfortable and we will not share any identifiable information.

Organizations participating in project: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) California, Birthing Project USA, Black Women for Wellness, California Nurse Midwives Association, California Alliance of License Midwives, First Five Los Angeles, March of Dimes, Maternal Child Health Access, National Health Law Program, NARAL Pro Choice California, South Los Angeles/South Bay African American Infant and Mortality Community Action Team, Western Center on Law and Poverty