You’re Invited: Black Women and Giving Birth: A Maternal Health Crisis

March 14, 2019  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Health Sciences Program invites you to attend this intimate discussion regarding black women and giving birth.

All faculty and staff are invited to attend this group discussion. Dinner will be served. The event is free but registration is required. During registration you can provide information regarding dinner preferences.

What: Disparities Dialogue on Maternal Health and Care: Being A Black Woman Giving Birth in the U.S.:  A Maternal Health Crisis
When: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Wednesday, March 20
Where: 426 North Ingalls Street, Room 1240/1250

In preparation for the event, please click below for the recommended readings.

The U-M health science schools, colleges and units are hosting a series of events dedicated to understanding and improving health equity for all. The U-M central campus theme for this year’s MLK events is “Unravel.” It embodies what health professionals do each day, investigating the individual pieces that contribute to a person’s or community’s mental and physical health. Click here to learn more.

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