Black Maternal Health Crisis

The Black maternal health crisis continues to proliferate across the nation. Black women experience more pregnancy complications and higher maternal mortality rates than white women.

Thousands of Black mothers remain unable to access high-quality postpartum care.

The international coalition of Black Greek organizations wants to protect women's rights.

According to the CDC, Black women are nearly three times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than white women.

Track and field Olympian Allyson Felix has teamed up with Pampers for an initiative designed to address the Black maternal health crisis.

Carol's Daughter has teamed up with the Mama Glow Foundation for an effort that will make doula support accessible for Black families in need.

Morehouse School of Medicine has launched a research initiative centered on the Black maternal health crisis.