Date(s) - 08/10/2021
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
Beyoncé and Serena Williams shared their near death experiences due to pregnancy complications. They are not alone. Black women—no matter their socio-economic status or geographic location—face near death experiences or worse. In the United States, Black women are three times more likely to die than their White peers.
On Tuesday, August 10th at 1PM, Advocates for Children and Youth will host the webinar, Vital Statistics: Birth Outcomes and Disparities. Panelists will share legislative, academic, and community approaches to address this public health crisis.
View the conversation here: https://youtu.be/vYD0YMKaJ0c
- Delegate Jheanelle Wilkins— a child wellbeing advocate and Maryland legislator
- Kate Schneider—Epidemiologist, Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the Maryland Department of Health
- Ana Rodney—Doula, activist, and founder of MOMCares
- Nonso Umunna—Research Director, Advocates for Children and Youth
To attend this exclusive Q&A, register TODAY by clicking on: https://bit.ly/3zSV2dQ We also will be livestreaming the event, so please stay tuned for more information. Link not working? Try the long link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUkduGsqTwqHtegMywvJt1Qihkk_qnd8IJE?_x_zm_rtaid=SwSnYmwiSrqXjaJLkN9Ubg.1628287688131.220086b1569919cce6dc8adc48cba377&_x_zm_rhtaid=200