If doulas hold space for others during times of transition, what is needed now, in this turbulent moment of change?
Join us for a roundtable discussion that brings together grassroots activists from across the country to discuss mutual aid, transgender arts organizing, and cross-racial coalition building at the present time.
Jordyn Jay, Kimi Lee, Melissa Olson, and Aya Seko each work at different scales and across multiple formations. These four BIPOC women will speak about their experience working on the ground from Minneapolis, Oakland, Los Angeles, and New York and share from their contributions to the "What Does an Uprising Doula Do?" zine. NYU Art & Public Policy Chair Pato Hebert will moderate the discussion.
This program is organized based on a partnership between ONE Archives Foundation and NYU's Department of Art & Public Policy. It is part of the Art & Its Publics programming series developed in collaboration with NYU Skirball.