Wounded is conceived from a public health concept called weathering. Arline Geronimus describes weathering as the erosive impact of everyday racism that wears on Black women. Current research on weathering has widened from addressing high Black maternal mortality and premature death rates exclusively to examining racism as an environmental stressor shaping the individual and collective health of minoritized communities generally. 'The chapter presents personal vignettes as autoethnographic snapshots to highlight epiphanic moments along author's reproductive journey when the personal, political, and professional collide. Autoethnography is a mind-mining excavation of memory. Black feminism uses intersectionality to analyze the body and shared experiences in order to theorize interlocking power and develop critical thought to advance social change.