In honor of Black Breastfeeding Week, we have compiled a list of Clinical Lactation articles that pertain to breastfeeding disparities. We hope that these will prove to be a useful resource to educate.
Breastfeeding and Racial Disparities in Infant Mortality: Celebrating Successes and Overcoming Barriers
Kendall-Tackett, K. Clinical Lactation, 5(1), 7-8.
Intervention for Mothers Who Have Experienced Childbirth-Related Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Kendall-Tackett, K. Clinical Lactation, 5(2), 56-61.
Addressing Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities in Infant Mortality: Additional Barriers to Care
Kendall-Tackett, K. Clinical Lactation, 5(3), 83-85.
2014 Lactation Summit: Addressing Inequities Within the Lactation Consultant Profession
Carothers, Cathy. Clinical Lactation, 5(3), 86-89
An Innovator in Lactation Equity: Q & A With Sherry Payne, MSN, RN, CNE, IBCLC, RLC
Hemming, Marie. Clinical Lactation, 5(3), 97-99.
Reflections on Lactation in the African American Community
Barber, Kathi. Clinical Lactation, 5(3), 100-102.
Additional Organizations That Address Health Inequities Within the African American Community
Kendall-Tackett, K. Clinical Lactation, 5(3), 103-105.
Respectful Care During Birth = Better Breastfeeding Rates Remarkable New Statement From WHO Calls for the End of Disrespect and Abuse During Childbirth
Kendall-Tackett, K. Clinical Lactation, 6(1), 6-8.
Factors That Influence Where Babies Sleep in the United States: The Impact of Feeding Method, Mother’s Race/Ethnicity, Partner Status, Employment, Education, and Income
Kendall-Tackett, K; Cong, Z; and Hale, T. Clinical Lactation, 7(1), 18-29.
Can Breastfeeding Ease the Effects of Racism and Discrimination?
Kendall-Tackett, K. Clinical Lactation, 7(4), 129-131.
The North Carolina Lactation Educator Training Program Training Healthcare Professionals to Support Breastfeeding Women
Cogburn, G; Ketner, M.B. Clinical Lactation, 8(1), 17-21.
Breastfeeding Problems and Interventions for Underserved Populations
Schwabi, K. Clinical Lactation, 8(1), 28-33.
Why Trauma-Informed Care Needs to Be the Standard of Care for IBCLCs
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Kendall-Tackett, K. Clinical Lactation, 8(4), 150-152.