In this episode we share our thoughts and opinions about Aftershock, a documentary highlighting the Black maternal mortality crisis in the U.S. This film showcases the advocacy efforts of Black families who have lost loved ones due to preventable childbirth complications.
Visit the Aftershock website to learn more about the important topics the documentary discusses and to donate to organizations featured in the film, like The Birthing Place and The ARIAH Foundation.
Aftershock is available to watch on Hulu and you can also attend upcoming screenings.
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Check out the 2023 Black Maternal Health Week, a week-long campaign created and led by the Black Mammas Matter Alliance, to build awareness, activism, and community-building to amplify the voices, perspectives and lived experiences of Black Mamas and birthing people.
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