Black Women’s Blueprint’s mission is to provide services and spaces for healing, reconciliation and human connection with the natural world. Working with land, they bring people together to design and practice strategies for healing, health and reparative economics. Black Women’s Blueprint works in partnership with communities affected by institutionalized discrimination to build a broad movement for racial and economic equity in reproductive health.
In 2022, NIRH worked with Black Women’s Blueprint to strategize engaging stakeholders and building agency among those most impacted by racial and economic disparities in reproductive health. This included education for doulas and midwives on the impact of the Dobbs decision and its intersection with birth justice work.