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More Than A Movement Podcast

This podcast focuses on the voices of people involved and leading a collective Reproductive Justice Movement in service to their communities. You'll hear conversations about the issues that matter to reproductive health and advocacy. Hosted by The Truth Radio in Milwaukee and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin (PPAWI). 

Episode 10 (Full Episode): Reproductive Justice and Wisconsin Abortion Access In a Post-Roe World

This episode talks about recent updates to abortion access in Wisconsin and what the future may hold. Carrie Noni talks to Sarah Noble, Principle Partner of the BeNoble Group; Courtney Hayward, Direct of Legal Affairs for Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, and Naomi Jackson, Director of Specialty Services for Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. The discussion includes an update on recent court cases and how that allowed Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin to resume abortion care for now -- as well as what it was like for people during the period without abortion which lasted more than a full year. 

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Episode 9 (Full Episode): Reproductive Justice, Education, and Critical Race Theory

This episode looks at the intersection of Reproductive Justice and the experience of Black students in Public Education. Carrie Noni is joined by Sarah Noble, Principle Partner the Be Noble Group; Samone Calmese, Student, Spoken Word Poet, and Advocate, Cierra Kaler-Jones, Executive Director of Rethinking Schools. 

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Episode 8 (Full Episode): A Year After Roe 6.30.23

This episode highlights some of the best of More than a Movement from the past year, focusing on Reproductive Justice, the State of Abortion Access, Reproductive Rights, and Democracy Protection. The episode features Courtney Hayward, Director of Government Relations for Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin; Sarah Noble, principal partner of the BeNoble Group; Angela Lang, Executive Director of BLOC (Black Leaders Organizing for Communities), and Tamara Thompson, Doula, Activist and Co-founder of Maroon Calabash

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Episode 7 (Full Episode): Reproductive Justice, Black Maternal Health, and Advocacy

This jam packed episode is a rebroadcast of More than a Movement segments focusing on Reproductive Justice and the need to advocate and protect Black Women and Birthing People. 

The episode features Sarah Noble,  Sarah Noble, Principal Partner of the BeNoble Group; Dr. Jasmine Zapata,  the chief medical officer and epidemiologist for community health at the Wisconsin Department of Health Services; Katrina Morrison from the Foundation for Black Women's Wellness; Tamara Thompson, Doula, Activitist and Co-founder of Maroon Calabash; and Vaun Mayes, ComForce MKE Activist & Community First Responder; Zakiyyah Sorensen, RN BSN, Outreach Manager, University of Wisconsin-Madison Collaborative for Reproductive Equity (CORE); and Dr. Tiffany Green, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health.

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Episode 6 (Full Episode): Black Maternal Health Week: Black Maternal Health and it's Impact on Black Birthing People 4.15.23

This Episode focuses on Reproductive Justice and Black Maternal Health and the health consequences of impact of  white supremacy and systemic racism. Carrie Noni is joined by Sarah Noble,  Principal Partner of the BeNoble Group; DeAnna Tharpe, CEO Wisconsin Doulas of Color Collective Inc (WIDOCC); and Lakeeta Watts, Doula & Executive Director of Essentially Empowered, Inc. 

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Episode 5 (Full Episode): Reproductive Justice and Health Equity 3.25.2023

Host Carrie Noni is joined by social, reproductive and health justice advocates to discuss the importance of fighting for health equity in black communities and using voting as our voice for change. In this episode, Carrie speaks with Sarah Noble, Principal Partner of the BeNoble Group; Zakiyyah Sorensen, RN BSN, Outreach Manager, University of Wisconsin-Madison Collaborative for Reproductive Equity (CORE); and Dr. Tiffany Green, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health.

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Episode 4 (Full Episode): Black Histories, Black Futures and Why the Work in 2023 Matters for Reproductive Justice 2.18.2023

In this episode,  Carrie Noni talks with guests about Black History in Wisconsin, Reproductive Justice, addressing violence in communities, and why civic engagement matters to make change. Guests include Sarah Noble, Principal Partner of the BeNoble Group; Tamara Thompson, Tamara Thompson, doula, activitist and co-founder of Maroon Calabash; and Vaun Mayes, ComForce MKE Activist & Community First Responder.

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Episode 3 (Full Episode): Reproductive Justice, and How Policies Impact Birthing People 10.27.2022

In this episode, learn about the Reproductive Justice Movement; its role in organizing for change; and how laws/policies impact the real lives of Birthing People. Also what is the role of men in all of this. Hear from Sarah Noble, Principal Partner of the BeNoble Group, Darlene Johns from BLOC (Black Leaders Organizing for Community); and PPWI's Interim VP of Public Affairs.

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Episode 2 (Full Episode): Reproductive Justice, Black Maternal Health, and the Challenge of Abortion Access in Wisconsin 10.22.2022

This episode features Dr. Jasmine Zapata,  chief medical officer & state epidemiologist  for the state of Wisconsin, Katrina Morrison from the Foundation for Black Women's Wellness, Sarah Noble of the BeNoble Group, along with Michelle Velazquez and Tiffany Wynn of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. 

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Episode 1 (Full Episode): Reproductive Justice, Abortion Access, and Democracy Protection 10.8.2022 

The Truth Radio in Milwaukee talks with Sarah Noble, principal partner of the BeNoble Group; Angela Lang, executive director of BLOC (Black Leaders Organizing for Communities); and Tamara Thompson, doula, activist, and co-founder of Maroon Calabash -- about what Reproductive Justice is, what it means to communities, and how it intersects with important issues like democracy protection and abortion access. 

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