Calling Back Our Womb: Centering indigenous birth experiences and knowledge (podcast)

Calling Back Our Womb: Centering indigenous birth experiences and knowledge (podcast)

Via Calling Back Our Womb is a sister site of Xica Nation and part of the Xica Media family of networks.

Calling Back Our Womb: Centering indigenous birth experiences and knowledge is a podcast and network by Zintkala Mahpiya Win Blackowl (Lakota / Dakota) and Iris Rodriguez (Xicana.) The vision of the show is to create a safe space for indigenous women to learn and share from across the Americas / Turtle Island / Cemanahuac / Abya Yala.

LIKE OUR PAGE ON FB: https://www.facebook.com/callingbackourwomb/

Episode 1 of Calling Back Our Womb is now available! In this pilot, we introduce you to the sounds and textures of the show, invite folks to participate, and speak to Sunshine Claymore, who shares her story about giving birth at Standing Rock.

OUR STORY

Once upon a time there was a dream that brought together two indigenous women from across the continent. They shared a common vision and through prayer and faith, they began to weave.

FOUNDERS / PRODUCERS

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ZINTKALA MAHPIYA WIN BLACKOWL
Lakota / Dakota
Defender of Unci Maka, Mother, Traditional Birth Keeper and Artist.

Enrolled tribal member of Sicangu Lakota Oyate and have roots with the Ihanktonwan Dakota Oyate, by way of Willamette Valley Oregon. Currently residing in her homelands of the Ochethi Sakowin.

 

Iris was born and raised in her mother’s homelands in Yanaguana (San Antonio, Texas) and also has roots in Cuba. She currently resides in Jalisco, Mexico.

We are two womxn who share a vision to create a safe space for indigenous/native communities to learn and share from across the Americas/Turtle Island, Cemanahuac / Abya Yala. We have utilized the digital world to create this space that will include a weekly podcast, online classrooms, webinars, a place to share birth stories, as well as a place to sell indigenous/native peoples art work, textiles, and even feature music of indigenous/native peoples.

Find us on almost all social media platforms, sign up for our podcast, share your birth story, teach a class, share your artwork, music and ideas with us!

VISIT US ONLINE AT: www.callingbackourwomb.com
Link to upcoming podcast: https://soundcloud.com/callingbackourwomb
Podcast sign-up page: https://callingbackourwomb.com/podcast-sign-up/
Community resources: https://callingbackourwomb.com/community-resources/
Classes: https://callingbackourwomb.com/classes/
Links: https://callingbackourwomb.com/links/

CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/callingbackourwomb
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/CallingBackWomb
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CallingBackOurWomb
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.mx/callingbackourwomb/calling-back-our-womb/

Help us birth and grow this project, please DONATE to Calling Back Our Womb at: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=P9XK2RV2GMWPW

 

Iris Rodriguez

Please support my work: paypal.me/xicamedia Artivist / Writer / Rascuacha Tech / Network Producer at Xica Media / Bio Channels: Xicana Chronicles | End Family Detention | Xica Nation | Tezcatlipoca Records | MTX Files | Yacatsol | Texas UFW 2016

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