Free Resources

Decolonizing At The Root (In Loving Memory of Erica Garner)

Settler Colonialism, Granny Midwives & the Mayhem of Intersectionality within Birthwork

Discussion between M. Carmen Lane, MSOD, founder and director of ATNSC and Dr. Alicia Bonaparte, co-editor of Birthing Justice: Black Women, Pregnancy, and Childbirth


Digital Doula Mini Course

If you are a brand-new doula or if you are meeting clients virtually for the first time in your career, this course is for you!

This course will: 

  • Provide practical tips on setting up your doula practice for virtual support.
  • Offer best practices for creating and maintaining a doula practice during times of hospital restriction.
  • Encourage you to think about how this new framework may help sustain you as a doula.

They/Them/Theirs Panel

Moderated by Emma Robinson of the AFIYA Center with panelist Trystan Reese, Miriam Zoila Perez and Mac Brydum at Born Into This 2019 in Austin, Texas.

In this panel discussion, Emma Robinson, Trystan Reese, Miriam Zoila Perez and Mac Brydum will share their experiences navigating the birth world through the lens of queer and LGBTQIA+ identities. How do we confront the gender biases and binaries that are undeniably present in the birth world?


Community Calls

The DTI educator team began a series of community calls in March 2020 to support doulas as they navigate their work during safer-at-home restrictions and times of social distancing. Back by popular demand, we are facilitating two more calls the month of August.