Sapelo Square Arts and Culture Editor Ambata Kazi-Nance speaks with renowned midwife and doula educator Shafia Monroe about the historic Black midwife tradition in the United States and how contemporary birthworkers are implementing these traditions to improve birth outcomes for Black mothers and families.
Who are indigenous Muslims? How might settler thinking shape how we live as Muslims in North America? What are the responsibilities of Muslims, as a whole, to the indigenous inhabitants of the Americas? In the very first episode of our new podcast “On The Square,”