For Immediate Release
August 24, 2023
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Dr. Jovonni Spinner

(BPRW) Bridging Health Gaps: Mamas 4 Life Campaign Shines Light on Doulas and Midwives' Contributions to Improving Equitable Birth Outcomes for BIPOC Women

Maternal Health Campaign

(Black PR Wire) In a powerful move to address the alarming disparities in maternal mortality rates among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), the Mamas 4 Life maternal health campaign has been launched by Beacon Public Health. This initiative seeks to raise awareness about the maternal health disparities experienced by Black and brown mothers and spotlight the pivotal role that doulas and midwives play in improving health outcomes for both mothers and babies.

Maternal health inequities have long been a concerning issue, with BIPOC women disproportionately affected. Black women are three times more likely to die during childbirth than any other group. The Mamas 4 Life campaign is stepping forward to bring these disparities to the forefront, igniting conversations and driving change to ensure that every mother receives equitable care during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum.

Why Mamas 4 Life Matters:

The campaign addresses the urgent need for equitable maternal care. By leveraging the expertise of doulas and midwives, who offer personalized support and culturally sensitive guidance, the campaign aims to bridge the gap in maternal health outcomes. These professionals have a unique ability to provide emotional and medical assistance, fostering healthier pregnancies and childbirth experiences.

Join the Movement:

Beacon Public Health invites all individuals, communities, and organizations to join the Mamas 4 Life movement. By visiting, you can access vital information, resources, and stories that shed light on the impact of doulas and midwives. Together, we can create a stronger, healthier future for mothers and their newborns.

About Beacon Public Health:

Beacon Public Health is an organization committed to championing equitable public health programs to minimize the impact of chronic diseases among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. Through innovative campaigns like Mamas 4 Life, they strive to bring about positive change, spark much-needed conversations, and bridge the gap to improve health equity and decrease health disparities.

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