Black Communities Tag

Co-published with Lux Magazine. A debate rages in Georgia over who can teach parents to nurse.

Co-published with WNYC StudiosWhy it took the Black community so long to respond to the AIDS crisis.

Co-published with Grist"This is how your sewage gets funded, this is how your water gets funded, this is how public schools and public services are funded."

Co-published with Grist. Residents dogged by frequent flooding have finally drawn attention from city and state officials.

Co-published with The Intercept and PBS WORLD Channel. Activists in Milwaukee are determined to prevent a repeat of Wisconsin’s April primary, held at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Co-published with Canopy Atlanta and Atlanta Magazine. Officials deemed water sales along highway exits a threat. But for one West End teenager, the hustle is a way to make money and to

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. In the season finale, Dallas-based mother and doula, Trish, demonstrates what agency from day one looks like for Black birthing parents.

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. This week, we discuss the stigma around home births, and explore the radical work of full-spectrum doulas and the ways they strive to provide quality perinatal support for all

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. Unable to find an OBGYN that reciprocated the genuine excitement and warmth she felt about becoming a mother for the first time, Brittany pursues prenatal care with a midwife.

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. Marilyn and Yvonne are two parents determined to grow their families. When pregnancy loss disrupts their plans, they turn to their faith. Please note, this episode contains graphic details about

Co-published with You Had Me At Black. After trying to conceive for 10 years, Shellie was finally having her dream baby, but the challenges of motherhood slowly evolved into a silent struggle with postpartum depression.

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