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RESILIENT. HEALTHY.

WHY BLACK WOMEN’S HEALTH MATTERS

If we lived in a society where health equity was a reality, here’s what could happen:

2,400

Fewer deaths
from breast
cancer each year

35%

Decrease in
infant mortality rates
for Black women

50%

Increase in high school graduation
rates for Black girls and a
25% increase in college graduate rates for Black women

$250B

Impact to the U.S. economy

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The Preventing Maternal Health Act Shows that Our Collective Voices Matter

The Preventing Maternal Health Act Shows that Our Collective Voices Matter

The United States has an abysmal record when it comes to maternal mortality. More American women are dying of pregnancy-related complications in the US than in any other developed country. Only ...
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