#NotAWhitePeopleThing: Why Elimination Communication is a Decolonial Practice
*1hr Recorded Webinar
How did we get here? And how do we dig ourselves out? This informal talk will introduce the history of disposable diaper companies and help participants make connections between colonization, poverty, unmet diaper need, and the reclamation of traditional parenting practices. Together, we will pose solutions to the nuanced ways that colonization influences our daily lives, so we can dare to dream of a decolonial future.
This webinar is a sneak peak and pre-workshop to Raeanne's class, IndigeBums: Introduction to Elimination Communication for BIPOC Caregivers.
IndigeBums is available for purchase on the Recorded Workshop page.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Raeanne Madison, MPH, is a crane clan citizen of the Ojibwe and Mexika nations, and also carries Dutch ancestry. A natural teacher and practicing postpartum doula and Indigenous Breastfeeding Counselor, Raeanne has traveled extensively to tribal communities across Anishinaabe Aki (and online) to be a part of the resurgence of traditional kinship responsibilities in Indigenous communities. She has walked with hundreds of families and taught thousands more in the realms of pregnancy, birth, postpartum healing, and traditional parenting. Raeanne is a wife and mother of two.
Learn more about Raeanne's work at www.PostpartumHealingLodge.com