Black Maternal Health
Black Mamas Matter Alliance is a Black women-led alliance that advocates for better legislation, more research, and social and cultural shifts to reduce Black maternal mortality and improve Black maternal health.
Hosted by Crystal Tennille Irby, NeKisha Killings, and Thea Monyee, Dem Black Mamas podcast offers inspiration and #BlackMamaMagic to help you pursue your dreams while raising free Black children in an unfree world.
Through local chapters, online resources, and virtual communities, Mocha Moms provides support for women of color as they journey through all phases of motherhood and also advocates for mothers nationally.
In addition to offering a directory of Black Midwives, Sista Midwife Productions aims to improve pregnancy and birth experiences for Black mothers and eliminate perinatal disparities by increasing the number of Black birth workers, teaching families about their patient rights, and more.
This Southern-based reproductive justice collective moves beyond advocating for abortion rights and
centers on women of color having the right to give birth and parent children in safe, sustainable communities.
When Jonathan Skinner, a morning news reporter, and his wife Ebony became pregnant during the pandemic, they were thrilled—but there were also a lot of unknowns.
Staci Brown Brooks creates experiences for her daughter with one goal in mind — making sure Charlotte (Sweet) feels safe, special and loved.
Kendra Burrell talks about the joys of being a Black mother and finding a balance when it comes to raising children.
Mother of 7 Claudia Pettway-Lewis wants moms to find their “inner amazing” with her website and YouTube channel The Amazing Mom TV.
After having an ovarian torsion and losing her right fallopian tube/ovary after her first child, Jemia Storey shares how she became a mom of multiples.
Dr. Wallace’s death highlights a tragic trend that Black women must face: Black women die from pregnancy complications two to three times more than their White counterparts
The CDC has launched a new campaign to fight against maternal mortality and help new and expectant mothers be heard!
Take a closer look at the Black Maternal Health Momnibus legislation that addresses the high maternal mortality rates among Black women.