Breastfeeding: A Black Imperative & Why Chocolate Milk Matters

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Webinar Breastfeeding: A Black Imperative & Why Chocolate Milk Matters

Breastfeeding rates for Black women are significantly lower than non-Black race/ethnicities although we know that breastmilk, often referred to as “liquid gold”, has immense physiological and psychological benefits for both moms and babies. According to the CDC, while 75% of White women have breastfed, only 58.9% of Black women have. Watch as Maritza Franqui and Weyu Hodge, CHI Implementation Advisors, examine the social and economic contexts, as well as policy implications that impact these rates and ways to help promote breastfeeding within the Black community.

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Length 61 minutes
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