About

Roots

Zahra is an educator, advocate, researcher & birth worker from Brooklyn, NY. She has a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan '19, and is focused on community-based programming, youth leadership development, worker ownership & healing-centered practice in Detroit, MI.

Reproductive & Birth Justice

Zahra is a Black radical doula supporting Black people giving birth & their families. Her practice is informed by Southern Birth Justice Network's Birth Justice Framework, Black Women Birthing Justices' #LiberateBlackBirth campaign & SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective.

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

July 17, 2020

CE @ U-M Social Work: Wonder Woman: Practice & Ethical Considerations

9am - 4pm

University of Michigan

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July 17, 2020

CE @ U-M Social Work: Wonder Woman: Practice & Ethical Considerations

African American women have been identified as experiencing stress as individuals with intersections of non-dominant groups. The workshop wi...

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9am - 4pm

University of Michigan

PAST Workshops

November 28, 2019

2019 National Association of Social Work - Michigan Annual Conference: Elevate Social Work

2 - 4pm

NASW Battle Creek

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November 28, 2019

2019 National Association of Social Work - Michigan Annual Conference: Elevate Social Work

Co-facilitated "The Intersection of Social Work, Social Entrepreneurship, Worker-Owned Cooperatives & Economic Democracy". Together, we will...

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2 - 4pm

NASW Battle Creek

June 14, 2019

Wonder Womxn: Practice & Ethical Considerations

9am - 4:30pm

Eastern Michigan University

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June 14, 2019

Wonder Womxn: Practice & Ethical Considerations

Black/African American womxn have been identified as experiencing multiple levels of toxic minority stress as individuals with intersections...

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9am - 4:30pm

Eastern Michigan University