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These Waters Run Deep

Radical Birthwork as an Act of Resistance

*This piece was first published on The Feminist Wire on April 11, 2013: http://thefeministwire.com/2013/04/radical-birthwork-as-an-act-of-resist... … Read More»

Heal The Women

*audio track: https://soundcloud.com/ynanna-djehuty/heal-the-womyn Heal the women. Give us space to spill out the blood that the world has made us hold … Read More»

Being a Voice for The Past, Present and Unfolding Future

I have the desire to be heard. … Read More»

Connecting To the Heart Online

I spend a lot of my time on the web. Sometimes, more than I intend to. Most people around me in the United States do. … Read More»

Genesis - 1st Belly Cast

When I think about how These Waters Run Deep came to be, I take myself back to where I was in my life when it all came about. I was living close to Riverdale at the time. … Read More»

March Call for Afro-Descendant Expectant Mothers

These Waters Run Deep is a multimedia journey into the lives and struggle of Afro-descendant women. … Read More»

The Freedom of the Abyss

There is a weightlessness to the descent into the place that scares me most A finality and loss of control that is frightening Liberating The leap into the abyss of my darkness … Read More»

Homelessness

I lost my sense of home at age 17. My parents decided, without much input from myself and my siblings. They moved to Albany and I stayed in the Bronx with my godmother. … Read More»

This Blood Is Sacred: Menstrual Ceremony Reflection

How might it have been different for you if, on your first menstrual day, your mother given you a bouquet of flowers and taken you to lunch, and then the two of you had gone to meet your father at the … Read More»

The Woman Formerly Known As Carmen Mojica

I remember vaguely as an elementary school child not liking my given name 'Carmen'. I couldn't quite explain why, but the closest I get is that it didn't feel like who I was. … Read More»

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