Minority Health Month 2021

 Photo from the National Collaborative for Health Equity.

April is National Minority Health Month.  
Please help compile a list of the Spring Minority Health Awareness events for parents, prenatal/postpartum providers, or birth/breastfeeding advocates.  
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Current Events

  • April 3 | 10-2 PM: The African American COVID-19 Taskforce (AACT+) and Chapel Hill Pediatrics and Adolescents, Beacon Light Missionary Baptist Church, located at 403 Cook Road in Durham, North Carolina, 27713 will host a Moderna vaccination clinic on Saturday, April 3rd, from 10 am until 2 pm. Click here to register for a time slot.
  • April 7 | PM: Amplifying the Voices of Mothers- Join the AHA in a dialogue with experts from national and community organizations, and hospitals, to discuss ways we can identify and address inequities in maternal care, empower women of color, and create solutions to improve maternal health equity. 
  •  April 19 | 7 PM: In celebration of Every Kid Healthy Week, Mayor Schewel has approved Breastfeed Durham’s request to re-proclaim Durham as a “Breastfeeding Family Friendly Community” to be presented at the City Council Meeting.
  • APRIL 20 | 4:00 PM: Born in Durham Healthy for Life group would like to invite you to participate in a Panel discussion to address COVID-19 during Pregnancy and Vaccination.  Covid-19 in pregnancy-Understanding COVID-19 and Vaccination. Meeting Registration