The National Black Midwives Alliance (NBMA) is a network of Black midwives and Black student midwives, and their allies and supporters, who want to participate in the growing development, preservation, advocacy, and education of the Black midwifery work force in the United States. We are a project of the Southern Birth Justice Network, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
Becoming a member of NBMA has several benefits:
NBMA Primary Goals for 2022
This year, as we enter our fourth year of service, we would like your input in creating a sustainable infrastructure to further our collective needs. Join us in the visioning, strategic planning, and program design with new opportunities for leadership that will shape the future of our collective journey.
If you identify as an Ally, please note that we ask all Allies to join at the Ally Membership level. Ally dues significantly support our campaigns, programs, and overall efforts to serve Black midwives and Black aspiring/student midwives!
*Members that self-identify as a Black midwife (whether practicing or retired) or Black student midwife are voting members.