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We center and uplift Black birthing people and families in their reproductive journey to welcome their children with respect, dignity, joy, and pride, leading to thriving families and communities and increased birth equity and justice.

95% of clients said that SisterWeb doulas helped them feel connected to their baby and 95% of clients said that they would like to have a SisterWeb doula should they get pregnant again. 
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100% of SisterWeb clients reported that they felt understood by their doula regarding specific challenges, strengths, and cultural considerations of their community. SisterWeb Fiscal Year Report, 2022-2023

95% of SisterWeb clients reported that their SisterWeb doulas helped them feel more confident navigating healthcare systems and understanding their rights and options. SisterWeb Fiscal Year Report,
92% of SisterWeb clients initiated breastfeeding at birth and 81% are breastfeeding at six weeks postpartum. 
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SisterWeb Shines is a documentary that tells the birth stories of SisterWeb clients and the ways SisterWeb community doulas were part of their journeys. SisterWeb Shines was co-created by SisterWeb, Groundmaking, Heluna Health, SisterWeb community doulas, and  SisterWeb clients . 

Watch Super Doulas to learn more about how doulas support our community. This video was produced in collaboration with Lalo Alcaraz, Heluna Health, Pocho Villa Productions, and SisterWeb.

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Ready to address birth equity? 

Your donation supports community doulas and high-quality, culturally congruent doula care at no cost for Black and Latinx birthing families in San Francisco. Let's restore our city, one birth at a time! 


See you at Pop-Up Village!⁠ We welcome families, pregnant people and all interested to celebrate in community, engage in self-care, get valuable resources and services, and much more…Join us every second Saturday from 1-4:30pm at the

Southeast Community Center (SECC) on

1550 Evans Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124.

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Join us for a live episode of the Black Feminist Rants podcast hosted by Lakia Williams, starring Marlee-I Mystic and Bria Donaldson from SisterWeb San Francisco Community Doula Network. At this live event, Bria and Marlee-I will speak with Lakia about how SisterWeb is building the movement for birth justice in support of Black and Brown birthing people and share how they center and uplift Black birthing people and families in their reproductive journey.

This conversation will be hosted at Kinfolx by LaKia Williams (IG: @_kiawilliams) host and creator of the Black Feminist Rants podcast. Black Feminist Rants is a reproductive justice podcast centered in Black Feminist theory. In honor of Community Doula Week and Black Maternal Health Week, come ready and excited to celebrate Black births and support the birth justice movement.

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We are excited to participate in Community Doula Week (March 29th
to April 5th, 2024). We at SisterWeb are joining Accompany Doula Care, Birth Matters, Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA), HealthConnect One, and Tulsa Birth Equity Initiative (TBEI) to help others understand, learn how to advocate for, and sustain doula care and address maternal health disparities. Follow along on Instagram: @CommunityDoulaWeek

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