For The Underloved Mamas
Raise fists for the underloved...© Rossana Reis, 2015
Black Mamas fighting for their dignity and Black Lives to Matter. Every. Single. Day.
Displaced Indigenous Mamas endlessly fighting to protect their land, water and air for now and generations to come
UndocuMamas separated from their families and fighting to reunite with their loved ones
Queer and TransMamas of Color fighting extreme poverty and access to employment, housing, and healthcare services
Sex Working Mamas who do it so their kids can eat or simply because they love their jobs
Sick, Disabled, Neurodivergent, Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, Hard of hearing Mamas fighting for their rights to be and to be treated as Mamas
Human trafficked, domestic violence and sexual assault Mama Survivors facing a lifetime of trauma and healing
Grieving imprisoned Mamas separated from their newly born children
Mamas with multiple intersecting identities and experiences named above
And the list goes on...