Napatalung, Anne

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Education

M.A., Communication, Certificate in Mediation and Negotiation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

B.A., Communication, Studio Art, University of Tampa

Research Interests

Race, space, and the prison; the roles of midwives and healers of color in abolitionist and decolonial struggles; reproductive freedom, healing justice, plant knowledges.

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Biographical Notes                                                                                                                                          

Anne’s research interests include: Race, space, and the prison; logics of captivity and isolation, surveillance and the sensorium; historical and contemporary roles of midwives and healers of color in abolitionist and decolonial struggles; reproductive freedom, healing justice, and plant knowledges.

Anne serves as a community based herbalist, doula, Reiki practitioner, and vegan caterer. She is also the Director of National Resources for the Wisconsin Doulas of Color Collective, which she helped found in 2014. Anne presented at the 2016 Decolonizing Birth Conference and the 2015 Praxis of #BlackLivesMatter and Food Justice Movements Summit. 

 

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