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[The Guardian] Birth in lockdown: a doula photo essay
« on: June 24, 2020, 07:01:04 PM »
Birth in lockdown: a doula photo essay

Photographer Alicia Canter has been investigating how people have been coping with pregnancy and birth during the coronavirus lockdown, photographing doulas, and new and expecting parents

Alicia: “After my best friend gave birth at the start of March and a pregnant friend told me she was shielding, I started thinking about how people were coping with pregnancy and birth during lockdown. With women only allowed to have one birth partner and home births restricted for a time, I spoke to women and men about how having a baby during lockdown has been for them and their new families. The project is ongoing.”

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