Support Unseen

All-Options and Ibis Reproductive Health

A podcast about giving and receiving abortion support from All-Options and Ibis Reproductive Health. Hosted by Bria Goode. read less
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Episodes

Episode 1: What is person-centered care anyway?
Jan 19 2024
Episode 1: What is person-centered care anyway?
In Episode 1 of Support Unseen, Bri Goode is joined by Elena Colón (she/her) of Luz de Atabey Midwifery Project (LAMP), a free community reproductive health clinic in Austin, Texas. She is a queer boricua (puertorriqueña) single mami, student midwife, community health worker, full spectrum birth companion (doula) and herbalist. She has a background in birth and reproductive justice work, community organizing, and medical case management. Together, they explore what unbiased, radical, and holistic person-centered care looks like and explain the various ways that people are giving and receiving that care.  Episode resources and social media handles: Learn about LAMP: https://www.lampatx.org/ Follow LAMP on Social Media  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lampatx/Instagram: @lampatx LAMP is an accredited Easy Access Clinic in partnership with Commonsense Childbirth Inc. and a part of the National Perinatal Task Force https://commonsensechildbirth.org/ https://perinataltaskforce.com/ Abortion support resources in Texas  Jane's Due ProcessLilith Fund fund abortions out of stateTEA Texas Equal Access Fund - DallasBuckle BunniesRed state accessSan Marcos Abortion ActivistsBridge CollectiveSouth Texans for RJ cover all valley repro supportFund Texas Choice covers travel, lodging out of stateSuenos sin fronteras is a San Antonio collective for repro and immigrant justice Follow All-Options on Social Media: All-Options Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AllOptionsNatlInstagram:  @alloptionsnatlX (formerly known as Twitter): @AllOptionsNatl Follow Ibis Reproductive Health on Social Media: Ibis Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/IbisReproductiveHealthX (formerly known as Twitter): @IbisRHLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/ibis-reproductive-health Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Share this episode: https://supportunseen.podbean.com/e/episode-1 Contact us here: bgoode@ibisreproductivehealth.org
Episode 2: How do non-medical support and the medical industrial complex work together?
Jan 19 2024
Episode 2: How do non-medical support and the medical industrial complex work together?
In Episode 2 of Support Unseen, Bri speaks with Safiya (she/they), an artist, an activist, and a full-spectrum community doula, about how non-medical abortion support compares, contrasts, and fills gaps to care provided within the medical industrial complex. Safiya is a Black, Americanized, Caribbean Goddess, trying to thrive in the diaspora and decolonize. She considers herself a crucial part of the village(s) it takes to create families, raise families, and keep our communities thriving in resilience. She spends much of her time dreaming up ways an oppressive, individualistic, capitalist society can be nurturing for children and non-traditional family structures. Safiya also previously worked at Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project (RRFP) as a Caller Support Coordinator.  Episode resources and social media handles: Learn about RRFP https://www.rrfp.net/Follow RRFP on Social Media Instagram: @rrfpva Follow All-Options on Social Media: All-Options Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AllOptionsNatlInstagram:  @alloptionsnatlX (formerly known as Twitter): @AllOptionsNatl Follow Ibis Reproductive Health on Social Media: Ibis Facebook https://www.facebook.com/IbisReproductiveHealthX (formerly known as Twitter): @IbisRHLinkedIn https://www.facebook.com/IbisReproductiveHealth Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Share this episode: https://supportunseen.podbean.com/e/episode-2 Contact us here: bgoode@ibisreproductivehealth.org
Episode 3, Part 1: What do reproductive justice and intersectionality really mean?
Jan 19 2024
Episode 3, Part 1: What do reproductive justice and intersectionality really mean?
In Episode 3, Part 1 of Support Unseen, Bri is joined by Ash Williams (he/him) to discuss what intersectionality is and how that shows up within the reproductive justice (RJ) movement and within other movements outside of the repro world. In addition, they talk about how people within the RJ movement show up and support one another through their work. Ash Williams is a Black trans abortion doula, public intellectual, and abolitionist community organizer from Fayetteville, NC. For the last 5 years, Ash has been vigorously fighting to expand abortion access by funding abortions and training other people to become abortion doulas. Ash is an abortion doula with the Mountain Area Abortion Doula Collective (MAADCo). Episode resources and social media handles: Stay in touch with Ash Williams X (formally known as Twitter): @ash_bash23 Learn about MAADCo https://mtnabortiondoula.co/Follow MAADCo on Social Media Instagram: @maadco.abortiondoulas Follow All-Options on Social Media: All-Options Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AllOptionsNatlInstagram:  @alloptionsnatlX (formerly known as Twitter): @AllOptionsNatl Follow Ibis Reproductive Health on Social Media: Ibis Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/IbisReproductiveHealthX (formerly known as Twitter): @IbisRHLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/ibis-reproductive-health Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Share this episode: https://supportunseen.podbean.com/e/episode-3-part-1 Contact us here: bgoode@ibisreproductivehealth.org
Episode 4: What’s in store for the future of abortion care?
Jan 19 2024
Episode 4: What’s in store for the future of abortion care?
In the last Episode of Support Unseen, Bri shares space with Chanel Porchia-Albert (she/her), founder and Chief Executive Director of Ancient Song Doula Services, to envision what the future of abortion support looks like given our current social and political context and how we can move forward toward this new and imaginative world. Ancient Song Doula Services is a reproductive health organization focused on providing resources and full-spectrum doula services to women of color and marginalized communities throughout New York City and northern New Jersey. Chanel’s work in birth and reproductive justice spans across research and methods of care for marginalized people and people of color. Her efforts within infant and maternal health has led her across the globe to Uganda where she has served as a maternal health strategist in rural war torn areas. She also brings a human rights framework into birthing rooms by highlighting institutional reform and accountability measures within healthcare to address implicit bias and racism.  Stay in touch Chanel Porchia-Albert Instagram: @chanel_porchiaX (formally known as Twitter): @ChanelPorchia  Learn about Ancient Song Doula Services: https://www.ancientsongdoulaservices.com/ Follow Ancient Song Doula Services on Social Media: Instagram:  @ancientsongX (formally known as Twitter): @AncientSong7 Follow All-Options on Social Media: All-Options Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AllOptionsNatlInstagram:  @alloptionsnatlX (formerly known as Twitter): @AllOptionsNatl Follow Ibis Reproductive Health on Social Media: Ibis Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/IbisReproductiveHealthX (formerly known as Twitter): @IbisRHLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/ibis-reproductive-health Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Share this episode: https://supportunseen.podbean.com/e/episode-4 Contact us here: bgoode@ibisreproductivehealth.org