Join us for the first part of our new bi-monthly series, Breaking Barriers, to learn about the issues facing pregnant Kentuckians and how community groups, advocates, and policymakers can work together to reduce racial disparities in maternal and infant health outcomes.
The first part of the series, Feeding the Future, will focus on the effects of food insecurity on family health, the work currently being done, and the road ahead.
Click below to register and participate in the Q&A, or watch via Facebook live here.
- Angela Hardison-Breckinridge
- Doula and Owner, Hens and Chicks Birth Services
- Social Media Coordinator and Board Member, Southern Birth Justice
- Ha'Jra Winn
- Project Awake Community (Provides pregnant people with the support and knowledge to have a voice in their healthcare and trains and certifies doulas to be advocates for those people.)
- Robin Hawkins Faulkner
- Board Member, Louisville Community Grocery (Addresses food security in Louisville's West End)
- Alexa Hughes
- Director, Alexa’s Birth Services and Granny’s Girls Birth Initiative
- Doula, ProDoula, Lactation Educator, and CAPPA
- Meka Kpoh, moderator for this discussion
- Founder and President, Black Birth Justice, Inc.