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09-01-2013 09:18 PM

This is tomorrow!

08-28-2013 10:24 AM
Speak up for better birth options for women!  Join us on Labor Day for the nationwide Improving Birth rally for change.
September 2, 2013
10 am - Noon
Butzie Covers (mom & baby store) - RIVERSIDE LOCATION
113 N. Riverside Dr.
Clarksville, Tennessee 37040
Here's a bit about the Improving Birth movement:
Right now, we're raising awareness about the crisis in American maternity care by going straight to the consumer to educate, inform, and provide opportunities for advocacy.
Nearly 10,000 women, families, and birth professionals in over 100 cities in 46 states came out for our 2012 Labor Day rallies, raising awareness about the need for better, more respectful, evidence-based maternity care.
In 2013, we expect to double those numbers, and we will go global with our cause.
We also hand-delivered information about evidence-based care to over 2,000 doctors, nurses, and midwives in November 2012. We are working on educational programs for high-school and college-age young women and providers-to-be, a legal advocacy program for mothers, and a national platform to establish the fundamental human right of women to choose how and where they give birth.

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