This spring, the USBC is hosting a series of seven technical assistance learning sessions for breastfeeding coalition members and leaders. Each session has been specifically designed based on feedback from breastfeeding coalitions.
This is a love letter to the First Food field, and especially to breastfeeding coalitions and those of you doing community-based lactation support. Although Valentine's Day has passed, I am holding the holiday's spirit in my heart. So, I am writing to let you know that you are loved and appreciated.
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
USBC released the fifth free, on-demand webcast session in the NBCC Reimagined series, "Advancing Breastfeeding Agency in the Community."
The session features three presentations:
Advancing Birth Equity Through Leadership Development for Community-Based Birth Workers, presented by: Brenda Reyes, Ja
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.