Atlanta Birth Center director, Anjili Hinman, explains how the US is out of integrity in its approach to birth. Over-medicalizing birth – and taking control of the birth process away from women – has resulted in shockingly low birth safety.

Why you should watch

Learn how supporting women in delivering naturally – under the care of midwives operating under a non-interference philosophy – provides better outcomes across the board.


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As a midwife, Anjili Aurora Hinman has made it her mission to improve healthcare and quality of life across the globe, empower ideas and change, and never stop fighting for a just cause: helping to bring children, our future, into this world in the safest, most loving way possible. Ms. Hinman graduated with honors from the University of Michigan in 2002, holding a dual degree in Biology and Women’s Studies. She was a Woodruff Fellow and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2008 from Emory University’s Nurse-Midwifery and Family Nurse Practitioner Program.  She has served as a committee member on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Initiative on the Future of Nursing at the Institute of Medicine, and co-authored the report “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.”  She is also a co-founder of Atlanta Birth Center and is serving as its director as it comes to full fruition.

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