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Celebrating International Women’s Day: Championing Midwifery Care and Birth Autonomy in Alaska

International Women’s Day is a powerful reminder to celebrate the achievements of women and advocate for gender equality worldwide. In Alaska, amidst the stunning landscapes and rugged terrain, the journey of womanhood is often intertwined with the crucial role of midwifery care. This International Women’s Day, let’s honor the vital contributions of midwives and highlight the urgent need to defend the right to life and birth autonomy through midwifery care in Alaska.

The Power of Midwifery Care

Midwifery care is not just about delivering babies; it encompasses a holistic approach to women’s health, providing emotional support, education, and personalized care throughout pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond.

For many Alaskan women, the journey of motherhood is deeply enriched by the compassionate care provided by midwives.

Stories of Strength and Resilience

Behind each birth is a unique story of strength, resilience, and sometimes, profound loss. This International Women’s Day, let’s amplify the voices of those who have experienced the transformative impact of midwifery care in Alaska:

- #MyMidwifeStory: Share your journey of giving birth with a midwife in Alaska. Whether it was a joyous experience or one filled with challenges, your story can inspire others and shed light on the importance of midwifery care.

- #WitnessedWithLove: If you've witnessed the birth of a child through midwifery care in Alaska, share your reflections on the supportive environment created by midwives and the impact it had on the birthing experience.

- #SurvivingPregnancy: Pregnancy can be a beautiful yet challenging journey. If you endured a difficult pregnancy with the support of a midwife, share your story to empower other women facing similar struggles.

- #HonoringLoss: For those who have experienced the loss of a child but received exceptional care through midwifery, this hashtag is an opportunity to honor their memory and advocate for compassionate support for grieving families.

- #TraumaInformedCare: Discuss the importance of trauma-informed care in midwifery practices, especially for women who have endured trauma in their lives.


On International Women’s Day, let’s stand in solidarity with women in Alaska and around the world, advocating for their right to compassionate, respectful, and autonomous maternity care. By sharing stories, raising awareness, and using impactful hashtags, we can amplify the voices of those whose lives have been touched by midwifery care and pave the way for a future where every woman can experience the joy of birth with dignity and support.

To sign the petition to protect the midwives board in Alaska:

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