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A podcast about motherhood IRL. 2 mompreneuer friends keepin it real AF. With Naya Weber and Alexis Edwards.

Apr 24, 2020

On today’s episode, the squad is excited to tackle another episode around political activism as parents. It's a topic we discussed last season with Becky from the Rabble where we focused on getting involved with government, elections, and staying educated, but this time around we are thrilled to interview Sera Bonds on more hands on activism and how to engage the whole family in the good fight for justice! 

Sera is a social justice activist committed to working towards balancing the scales of access, equity, and availability in sexual reproductive healthcare. She has training in midwifery, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies, and a Masters Degree in Public Health. Her community organizing background ranges from reproductive rights to violence against women to welfare and poverty issues to pro-immigration campaigns. She has worked on sexual reproductive health actions in over twenty countries spanning North America, Africa, Asia, Central America, the Middle East, and the Caribbean, having raised over 20 million dollars for political actions and public health programs impacting over three million women globally. She is the founder of a leading feminist global aid organization, Circle of Health International, and Co-Founder of Waking Giants, an ATX-based social impact company providing folx with the tools we need to do good.