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The BEE Collective Announces Program of Activities, Speakers, Presenters, and Community Partners for Inaugural Summit – Holy City Sinner

The BEE Collective announces its inaugural Just-Us INDABA: Birthing, Education, and Healing Justice Summit, arriving Saturday, November 4, 2023, at the International Longshoremen’s Association Local 1422 building located at 1142 Morrison Drive, Downtown Charleston, South Carolina.

This all-day event will begin at 9 a.m. with on-site registration beginning at 8:30 a.m. All are welcome, including babies in arms. Elders, those with disabilities, birth workers in Black, Indigenous, and Latino communities, and all birthing people are especially encouraged. Free and ample parking is available. Food and refreshments will be provided. The event is free of charge. Pre-registration is required. For more information, full schedule of activities, and to register, visit justusindaba.com.

The BEE Collective’s Just-Us INDABA: Birthing, Education, and Healing Justice Summit is a transformative gathering and full-day event dedicated to pregnant, birthing, and parenting families, along with their healthcare advocates, reproductive justice champions, and supportive healing arts practitioners. This event is a gifted opportunity to register, engage, and co-create community-driven solutions that safeguard the well-being of pregnant, birthing individuals, and young children in the beloved community.

“Together, we are committed to dismantling the alarming rates of maternal and infant mortality and morbidity among Black, Indigenous, and Latino communities in South Carolina. Let’s listen, learn, and collaborate for a brighter, healthier future,” says BEE Collective’s co-founder, Adrienne Troy-Frazier.

Source: The BEE Collective Announces Program of Activities, Speakers, Presenters, and Community Partners for Inaugural Summit – Holy City Sinner

About The BEE Collective

The mission of the Beloved Early Education and Care Collective is to ensure that every child enters kindergarten socially and emotionally ready to learn, that every pregnant person, parent and early educator has positive well-being and the tools to navigate maternal health and early care systems, that families are resilient, and that our community reduces mental health stigma for all ages.

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