The first presentation is from Marna Armstead of SisterWeb (San Francisco, CA). SisterWeb is working on increasing Black and Latinx women’s access to culturally-, racially- and ethnically-aligned doula care by providing health advocacy, wellness interventions, and mental health services before, during, and after birth. In her presentation, Marna will discuss the outcomes of utilizing development support and of SisterWeb’s fundraising event. The second presentation will be from Sevonna Brown of Black Women’s Blueprint (based in Brooklyn, NY). Black Women’s Blueprint has the capacity to consistently strengthen Brooklyn communities through this proposed project that focuses on primary maternity care models, defending the rights of women and girls, ensuring bodily safety, and manifesting the vision of a community. Sevonna will be presenting the outcomes of a co-design space for radical imagination and thoughtful implementation and evaluation through a coalition-building strategic initiative.