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With over 275 published pieces in 65 different outlets, Echoing Ida’s shifting the conversation.

 

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We publish print and online articles. We conduct workshops and develop communication strategies for social justice organizations. We ensure our media and movements include the voices of Black women and nonbinary folks. By developing writers and removing publishing barriers, Echoing Ida amplifies the critical expertise of Black women and nonbinary folks. Together, we ensure our families and communities thrive.

Views expressed by Echoing Ida writers are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Forward Together.

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May 9, 2017,
Elizabeth Dawes Gay


The answer to that question is not just relevant for Black birthing parents, but for all U.S. parents who aren’t doing that well compared to the rest of industrialized nations.

April 27, 2017,
Jasmine Burnett


Although diverse communities in cannabis are growing, for black and brown women, the old adage rings true: “All the women are white, all the blacks are men, but some of us are brave.”

April 25, 2017,
Sunshine Muse


She was courageous to write a book about being freaked out by becoming a mother and the changes that come with it. But the postpartum period doesn’t have to be riddled with problems.

April 17, 2017,
Jasmine Burnett


Enjoying cannabis daily is part of my practice of self-determination and wholeness. I am curious about where cannabis use overlaps with parenting, and what it looks like to hold both as a Black woman.

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