[Uwhistory] Fw: Women's Center Event: Mothering the Mother, 5/23
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Tue May 10 13:06:26 PDT 2005
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From: "UW Women's Center" <womens at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 10:07 AM
Subject: Women's Center Event: Mothering the Mother, 5/23
> Please join us for the following event to commemorate International Doula
> Month in May!
> Mothering the Mother During Childbirth:
> Cross Cultural Innovations in Maternity Care
> presented by:
> Shirley Baek, CD, Co-Founder & Co-Coordinator of UWMC Doula Care
> Jane Bush, CD, Co-Founder & Co-Coordinator of UWMC Doula Care
> Sheila Capestany, MSW, MPH, Doula & Executive Director of Open Arms
> Perinatal Services
> Carrie Kenner, CD, Childbirth, Lactation & Parenting Educator, Doula
> Monday, May 23, 7-9 p.m.
> Women's Center, Cunningham Hall
> Join us to hear a panel of birth professionals discussing the history and
> future of doula care including the science supporting it, service for
> low-income women, and the different roles of men and women during
> Two educational videos
> The Timeless Way gives an historical perspective on women's psychosocial
> needs during childbirth. The Harris Doula Institute of the Chicago Health
> Connection: Community Based Doula Model, A Doula Story, documents an
> African American woman's fierce commitment to empower pregnant teenagers
> with the skills and knowledge they need to become confident, nurturing
> No Charge!
> Call to reserve space 206-685-1090.
> Space is limited!
> To request disability accommodations, contact the Disability Services
> Office at least 10 days in advance of the event at 206.543.6450 (voice),
> 206.543.6452 (TTY), dso at u.washington.edu
> UW Women's Center Cunningham Hall - Box 351380 206.685.1090 main
> 206.685.4490 fax womens at u.washington.edu
> Ours is a vital center where women and men partner to build a culture of
> social justice, equity and non-violence, both domestically and globally.
> Learn about the latest events, classes, and successes at the UW Womens
> Center! http://depts.washington.edu/womenctr/
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