Two Years with a Midwife in Mali
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One of my favorite books. This book is so amazing and captivating. I was always on the edge of my seat. This was one of the first books I read about a Black Midwife. It was a story that truly captured my heart and solidified my beliefs in Midwives.  Read an excerpt from the Publisher's here: http://www.moniquemangorains.com/?page=excerpt

 


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    A happily married mama of 5, 4 alive. We try to live a natural humbleA happily married mama of 5, 4 alive. We try to live a natural humble life of spiritual principles, natural foods, homebirth, self sustainability, using your hands to make everything from diapers to clothes, encouraging others, and being community oriented. I also am aspiring to become a Perinatal and Postnatal Counselor, helping woman with fears and birth trauma. I am working on opening a Postpartum Center in Upstate,NY.  life of spiritual principles, natural foods, homebirth, self sustainability, using your hands to make everything from diapers to clothes, encouraging others, and being community oriented. I also am aspiring to become a Perinatal and Postnatal Counselor, helping woman with fears and birth trauma. I am working on opening a Postpartum Center in Upstate,NY. 

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