S01 E09 - (Part 1) Resisting Colonization in Delivery and Postpartum Care with Kalei'okalani Matsui

The Decolonizing Medicine Podcast by Jamee Pineda
CW: sexual assault, domestic violence, medical traumaKalei'okalani Matsui (she/her,in Hawaiian language, 'o ia / kona are non-gendered pronouns) is a Black, Japanese, Chinese, and Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) woman born and raised in Wai`anae, O`ahu and residing now in Des Moines, Washington. She is a proud descendant, wife, and new mām  ...  See more
Jan 17 2022
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S01E09 Kalei'okalani Matsui (Part 1)
Wed, 1/19 8:47AM • 36:56
SUMMARY KEYWORDS
ipo, centimeters, world, nurse, pitocin, feminine, knew, labor, ke, breathe, story, delivery, people, pleiades, high pain tolerance, contraction, matsui, ancestors, te, thinking
SPEAKERS
Jamee Pineda, Kalei'okalani Matsui

Jamee Pineda
Hi, you are listening to The Decolonizing Medicine Podcast. I'm Jamee Pineda, your host, and I am a queer non binary trans person and a practitioner of Hilot and Chinese medicine. My ancestry is mostly Tagalog and some Chinoy, but I was raised here on Turtle Island. This episode is part one of a two episode story with Kalei'okalani Matsui. She will be sharing her experiences as a gestational parent, the impacts of colonization on her care, and her connection to ancestral wisdom

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Keywords
decolonizingtraditional medicineancestral medicinebipocbody liberationbirthwork