Aliquoti —
From womb to home

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The U.S. is one of the most resource-rich nations, yet it is considered to be the developed country at highest risk for giving birth. The act of generating life should be a moment of bliss but for women like Chrissy Sample, in Brooklyn, New York, who lost one of her twin sons, or April Valentine, in Los Angeles, California, who lost her life during a c-section, this experience turned into complete horror. These women had one thing in common that put them at a higher risk: the color of their skin.

Aliquoti is a platform to help BIPOC (Black Indigenous and People of Color) mothers to navigate through their pregnancy journey.

Founder & Art Director: Inês Ayer

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