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How Black Mamas and Birthing People Are Redefining Quality in Prenatal Care

Thursday, February 25, 2020
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm PT


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News and Events

Black History Month Campaign
Shines a Light on Bay Area Revolutionaries


The State of Reproductive Rights: What Has Changed, What to Expect and What We Can Do - Watch the full event


Exploring and Empowering Our Community: Black Men In White Coats Film Screening and Panel
February 11

Recent Publications

Black Preterm Babies Born between 32-36 Weeks Are 60% More Likely To Die Following Discharge

States with Left-Leaning Policies Have Better Birth Outcomes

Racism as a Root Cause Approach: A New Framework. Malawa Z, Gaarde J, Spellen S. Pediatrics. 
Evolving the Preconception Health Framework. Dehlendorf C, Akers AY, Borrero S, Callegari LS, Cadena D, Gomez AM, Hart J, Jimenez L, Kuppermann M, Levy B, Lu MC. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 
Black Women’s Perspectives on Structural Racism across the Reproductive Lifespan: A Conceptual Framework for Measurement Development. Brittany D. Chambers, Helen A. Arega, Silvia E. Arabia, Brianne Taylor, Robyn G. Barron, Brandi Gates, Loretta Scruggs-Leach, Karen A. Scott & Monica R. McLemore. & Maternal and Child Health Journal. 
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