Every Mother Matters – for Black, African & Caribbean Ethnicities

Monday 2th May

A place where like minded people can network together, create together and support each other to help make birth safer for black mothers.

 

This event is for Black, African & Caribbean Ethnicity birth workers, parents and anyone else who wants to help make positive changes in the black birth and infant feeding community. **If you do not fall under thi ethnic group please book on to the other session for all. This meet was created to ensure a safe space for those who fall under the mentioned ethnicities. **

This event was put together after learning there was no change to the great disparities in 2019 MBRRACE report.

Black Mothers die at 5x higher rate than white women though childbirth,

learn more here: https://www.npeu.ox.ac.uk/mbrrace-uk/reports.

There is evidence to show that there is great disparities in the maternal mortality, infant mortality and breastfeeding for black families, if we can help make birth safer for black families, we help make birth safer for everyone.

This is a place where like minded people can network together, create together and support each other. We are here to help create and promote safe spaces for women of colour to go though pregnancy without fear.

#togetherwestanddividedwefall

Your voice is valid, your work is valid, your suggestions is valid, we value each other, birth workers, parents and co.

No one knows your community more than you, so let’s make waves and help to reduce the death mortality rates together.

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