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"States that give midwives a greater role in patient care achieve better results on key measures of maternal and neonatal health." There are less than 2% of Black midwives in America and Black women are 243% more likely to die from childbirth related causes than white women. We need more Black Midwives but becoming a Midwife today is a daunting task due to institutional racism. This informational session will cover the process to becoming a Midwife and what steps to take now as a Birth worker to combat the barriers to Midwifery.
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This year, BSC will address mental health in the black community by exploring the causes of historical and contemporary traumas. The conference will focus on different forms of self-care, self-preservation, and survival tactics through the discussion of topics including resilience based in community, spirituality, and art. Together, we will strive to collectively process and prosper.
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