Jamarah Amani

Jamarah Aman, LM, is a community midwife. An award-winning activist, Jamarah’s mission is to do her part to build a movement for Birth Justice locally, nationally, and globally. Jamarah offers midwifery care to families across South Florida and workshops on Birth Justice to organizations across the United States. She is the Executive Director of the Southern Birth Justice Network, the parent organization of the National Black Midwives Alliance, which she also co-founded. Jamarah is currently producing her first documentary.

Reclaiming Tradition: Legacy Power Voice

In March of 2020, as the brutality of two pandemics, Covid-19 and police violence, were devastating Black communities across America, I thought about how midwifery models of care offer deep mother wit and wisdom to answer the problems facing society. Read more…. Reclaiming Tradition: Legacy Power Voice

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