Gabriela Vainsencher, Why Is It So Quiet? (Pink)/Mother Figures series, 2022

Mothers Circle


Monday, December 18, 2023, 6:00 pm

In conjunction with Fruits of Labor— Reframing Motherhood and Artmaking

In partnership with the Chamber of Mothers, a collective movement advancing maternal rights, this online session is a safe, inclusive space for sharing our experiences of mothering in America – what works, what doesn’t, and what needs to change now. Come to connect with other caregivers and change-makers and to devise concrete ways to take action independently and collectively. Chamber of Mothers will share resources and tools to help us advocate for ourselves.

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Ashley January is an artist whose work grapples with a traumatic delivery, and a near-death experience due to preeclampsia. Painting fellow Black mothers, survivors of pregnancy and birth complications, and their children, she addresses the American maternal mortality crisis.

Sarah Baroud is a skilled and sought after clinical social worker with over 16 years of experience. As a Perinatal Licensed Therapist, she focuses on parents during pregnancy and early parenthood. Sarah is also an active member of the Chamber of Mothers, a collective movement advancing maternal rights.

Tara Ryan is a certified coach, the founder and CEO of Infinidei, which helps companies and individuals to build safe, equitable and inclusive workplaces. At Chamber of Mothers, Tara assists with advocacy on the national level as well as with New Hampshire’s chapter of the organization.