The USBC believes that equity work with meaning and impact begins with a personal learning journey. As part of our efforts to create a landscape of breastfeeding support, the USBC will be hosting another set of virtual identity caucuses to allow individuals of the same identity to be in community wi
February is Black History Month! The USBC updated its "Black History Month Tools & Resources" webpage. The webpage features a compilation of resources, tools, and materials from the field that can be shared with breastfeeding families. Please submit additional resources via the online form.
Have you served as an equity coach, trainer, speaker, or evaluator? We want to hear from you!
The U.S. Breastfeeding Committee (USBC) is working to identify a cohort of equity experts to be included in a directory on the USBC website. This new resource will make it easier for individuals and organi
Revive. Restore. Reclaim! Those words are a balm. It immediately puts me into the mindset that the power to feed Black babies is, and has always been, in the hands of Black parents, families, and communities. We get to go back and fetch it, grab the history, and take it into the future.
The second annual Native Breastfeeding Week (NBW) took place from August 9-15, 2020, and it was nothing short of incredible!