Sevonna Brown

Sevonna Brown is the human rights project manager at Black Women’s Blueprint. She is a reproductive justice advocate for women of color, as well as a full-spectrum doula and birth worker through Ancient Song Doula Services and the Doula Project. Sevonna, a recent graduate of Williams College, dedicates her work to the survival strategies Black women build from rituals; sacred truths; and the ways they honor the intergenerational narratives of their bodies and reproductive “herstories.” As a survivor, she seeks to bridge the connections between reproductive justice and anti-sexual violence advocacy through her cultural work, human rights lens, and womanist frameworks. She is also a Ms. Foundation Public Voices Fellow.


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