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Indigenous women in Washington state are 8.5 times more likely than white women to die during pregnancy or within a year after. Indigenous doulas are working to reverse this trend by providing culturally competent care and hope to Indigenous mothers.

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Jenna Kunze
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Jenna Kunze is a staff reporter covering Indian health, the environment and breaking news for Native News Online. She is also the lead reporter on stories related to Indian boarding schools and repatriation. Her bylines have appeared in The Arctic Sounder, High Country News, Indian Country Today, Tribal Business News, Smithsonian Magazine, Elle and Anchorage Daily News. Kunze is based in New York.