The Alaska Native Birthworkers Community hosts a virtual talking circle every other Saturday from 11AM-12PM! If you are looking to build community while pregnant, trying to get pregnant, breastfeeding, parenting, adoption, healing from pregnancy or infant loss, or closely supporting someone in any one of these phases of life, please join us! All events are posted on our Facebook page.
This is a safe space for conversation and community. Indigenous birth workers will be present to answer any questions or if you need guidance in any part of your preconception, prenatal and postpartum wellness. Please share this event on your timeline for relatives to see and join.
An open space for Indigenous birthworkers in Alaska to meet each other, share knowledge and resources, ask questions, and debrief experiences.
This is a safe space for conversation and community. The Alaska Native Birthworkers Community hosts this virtual talking circle the first Wednesday of every month.
The meeting time will alternate between the lunch hour and an evening hour; there is a registration for each, but you are welcome to join both if you'd like!
March 2, 6-7 PM (Alaska Time)
April 6, 12-1 PM (Alaska Time)
The Alaska Native Birthworkers Community (ANBC) is pleased to partner with Center for Indigenous Midwifery and Rhonda Lee Grantham, Indigenous Midwife and Herbalist of Cowlitz Nation (WA), to offer their Indigenous Childbirth Educator training October 27-30, 2022 in person in Anchorage, AK.
Alaska Native and Indigenous people living in Alaska are invited to submit an application form by September 15, 2022 for priority placement in this training with limited seats available.