International Maternal Health and Rights Day has been set aside to recognize that every person has the right to receive high quality, respectful care before, during and after their pregnancies.
Black Maternal Health Week is a week that centers awareness on Black families and the inequitable outcomes that they bear during pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
Natalie S. Burke, LamazeLIVE! plenary speaker will be discussing inequities in maternal and infant health and the systemic changes that need to happen in our country in order to reduce the number of parents and babies of color dying in the USA. Sharon Muza does a pre-event Q&A with Natalie today.
An interview with Nina Martin who is the LamazeLive! 2018 closing keynote speaker, a renowned journalist, and winner of the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.
SisterSong's Reproductive Justice teams partner with organizations all around the United States to offer trainings and workshops that assist each organization they work with to achieve their organizational goals while examing those goals through the lens of reproductive justice.