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Help us to make the “Birth Experience Better” for all people, one family at a time
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Our Mission

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The Doula Lab is a non for profit organization that was created to help educate, advocate and empower every birth no matter race, gender or financial class.
By providing detailed pregnancy, labor, postpartum, lactation, newborn care, nutrition, CPR and more classes that include the entire support system. We are here to truly explain the process the body goes through during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum, as well as complications that can arise. We also focus on the mental health aspect of maternal health.
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Free 5-week Hybrid Expecting Family Classes

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The Doula’s research project will consist of a 5-6 week hybrid program held Tuesday evenings 5
pm-7 pm online and Thursday evenings in person at Doula Lab office Located at 6400 W. Main
St, Ste 1D, Belleville, IL 62223. (subject to change based on client's needs to a Saturday).
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THE 2ND ANNUAL DOULA COMMUNITY BABY SHOWER

I put my heart and soul into creating this event two years in a row. WHEN THEY SAY "YOURE JUST A DOULA" REMEMBER THIS: ALL YOU NEED IS A VISION AND TO BELEIVE IN YOURSELF AND YOU WILL CHANGE THE WORLD. THE 2ND ANNUAL DOULA COMMUNITY BABY SHOWER 10/10/21. A ROOM FULL OF BLACK EXCELLANCE. BIRTHWORKERS & LOCAL BLACK BUSINESSES ALL WITH THE SAME MISSION. STAY TUNED THE 3RD ANNUAL IS IN PROCESS! THE VENUE WILL BE BIGGER AND MORE RESOURCES AND BIRTHWORKERS! WE ARE CHANGING THE WORLD ONE BIRTH AT A TIME. #getyouadoulasis #nationalblackdoulasassociationmember #blackbirthmatters #blacklivesmatter

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The CDC's National
Center for Health Statistics'

The CDC's National
Center for Health Statistics' most recent report put the U.S. maternal mortality rate at a
whopping 32.9 deaths per 100,000 births. In 2021, the maternal mortality rate for non-Hispanic
Black (subsequently, Black) women was 69.9 deaths per 100,000 live births, 2.6 times the rate
for non-Hispanic White (subsequently, White) women (26.6) . Rates for Black women were
significantly higher than rates for White and Hispanic women.
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