Throughout the week, we ask that you be intentional about centering Black women’s voices, stories and thought leadership! Please be sure to like and follow BMMA on social media, and support the movement by sharing, liking, favoriting and retweeting all of BMMA content, as well as content from Black-led organizations and efforts on maternal health.
We also encourage you to participate in the conversations happening online by sharing images, videos, infographics and other important content across all of your social networks. To make things easier for you, we’re providing some sample posts and images for sharing!
Learn more about Black Maternal Health Week 2020 by viewing our national webinar recording HERE!
#BMHW20 Social Media Toolkit
The #BMHW20 Social Media Toolkit has messaging guidance around this year’s theme, “Centering Black Mamas: The Right to Live and Thrive,” sample social media messages, shareable graphics, list of national digital activities, and resources to help you engage with the campaign and its partners.
#BMHW20 Webinar Series
For webinar registration and other details, visit our events page.
#BMHW20 Opening Tweet Chat
Monday April 13, 2020 2:00pm-3:00pm EST
Sample Facebook & Instagram Posts
It’s important to elevate Black Mamas voices and perspectives around issues that impact them. Black Mamas are best situated to solve the challenges in their communities. Join the Black Mamas Matter Alliance to amplify effective maternal health policies and solutions for Black mamas as part of the 3rd Annual Black Maternal Health Week, April 11-17 #BMHW20
#CenteringBlackMamas, is an opportunity to think about improving maternal health disparities without fear, blame, or shame. We must recognize the strengths of Black Mamas—their motherhood, scholarship, leadership, and research—if we truly hope to end the maternal health crisis. One step to do that? Engage with BMMA and its partners: https://blackmamasmatter.org/our-members
Sample Twitter Posts
It’s Black Maternal Health Week! Are you hosting or attending an event in your community? Use the hashtag #BMHW20 and share event photos so everyone can see how you’re making a difference!
#CenteringBlackMamas is recognizing the strengths of Black Mamas–their motherhood, scholarship, leadership, and research. #BMHW20
#BMHW20 is an opportunity to consider solutions to the black maternal health crisis without fear, blame, or shame. #BlackMamasMatter #ListenToBlackWomen
How are you engaging in #BMHW20? Share with us what events you are most excited about–online or in person: https://blackmamasmatter.org/bmhw/
Centering Black Mamas is powerful! Share your story of how you or your organization are #CenteringBlackMamas in your work or community! #BMHW20