RT @SenKamalaHarris Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. It saves lives.
RT @WomenEngaged WE are so proud of our canvass team and volunteers for their incredible work reaching Georgia voters in the Jan. 5 runoff. These impressive numbers reflect our work through Jan. 3, 2021. Stay tuned to learn even more about our collective impact! #WEVoteWERise #StayWokeVote pic.twitter.com/GlljcwIRm2
RT @ROOTTRJ #BreonnaTaylor and #AtatianaJefferson were taken from this world at the hands of law enforcement and their family structures will never be the same after these horrific events. We need more than safe sleep. We need safety. #ROOTTRJ #SafetyNotJustSafeSleep #BlackFamiliesMatter pic.twitter.com/BooQrLpvVH
RT @RiaTabaccoMar When Black doctors delivered Black babies, the babies’ mortality rate dropped from 430 to 173 per 100,000 live births. That’s 257 Black babies lost to systemic racism. Over and over again. washingtonpost.com/health/bla…
RT @SisterSong_WOC Women of color have plenty to say about the injustices we are fighting each day, but also about the need to lead with love and keep on fighting for our own wellbeing. pic.twitter.com/H3vfGnY0Bq
RT @black_midwives “...the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine released a statement yesterday stating that, for individuals who are vaccinated against COVID-19, they do not recommend the cessation of breastfeeding.” ow.ly/UwRq50D5tLI #covidvaccineandpregnancy #maternalhealth #nbma pic.twitter.com/7ftphspLNl
RT @MHTF Structural racism is a leading risk factor for adverse health outcomes among Black people. Researchers qualitatively assessed Black women's perspectives on structural racism and its impact on maternal and infant health outcomes: bit.ly/35mR6Fi