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!
USBC released the first free, on-demand webcast session in the NBCC Reimagined series, "Transforming Systems through Law and Policy." The session features two presentations:
Advancing Health Equity in Breastfeeding Through Transformative State and Local Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change, p
We are honored to recognize the outstanding members of the 2020 cohort of National Breastfeeding Conference and Convening Awardees! Each year, the USBC offers a limited number of awards to support the participation of cultural, tribal, and emerging breastfeeding leaders at our National Breastfeeding
Many of us were moved by the Mission Moment shared by USBC Board Member Amy Smolinski at our recent Membership Meeting, which took place on Thursday, June 11. Listen to the recording or read the transcript below.