I'm Pregnant! And I Don't Know who the Momma Is!
An Artistic Expression From The Black Womb
Sekesa Berry of LoveNTouch is a Traditional Birth Attendant, trained in the ancient art of midwifery care, where women are nurtured and birth is sacred. She has sworn to carry on the legacy of her fore-mothers through the art of women and family care. She believe that every birth experience is unique for each woman and every baby deserves individual attention. The ancient art of midwifery, and her tribal lineage, has taught her the importance and necessity of wholistic service. With this knowledge and experience she works to help facilitate optimal birth outcomes for out-of-hospital birth settings. Sekesa Berry is a loving mother of four children and a community mother to many. She has serviced her community for many years as a Birthing Assitant (Doula), a WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor and a Lactation Consultant. For over a decade Sekesa has achieved a level of recognizable service to her community working with local non-profit organizations such as Breastfeeding ROSE, Bellies to Babies Foundation, Families First Atlanta, and now SisterSong, in effort to empower families with evidence-based information and options for maternal health.
I'm Pregnant! And I Don't Know Who The Momma Is!
The Artizen Company (TAC) is a theatrical duo with a goal of becoming a multi-disciplined artist collective. We create experiences for our audiences and our clients that break down barriers, foster positive change, and facilitate new perspectives in our community. Through our interactive style of work and programs we help build self-confidence and regularly utilize aggressive teamwork. Our goal is to attract new audiences to theater by offering an alternative to the spectator experience of traditional theater, film and television. We aim to show people that there is nothing like a live performance when you are a part of the performance. We want our audiences to engage fully in life, starting with the experience we provide, and continuing as they walk out our doors.