Black Breastfeeding Week Celebration - Harlem

Black Breastfeeding Week Celebration - Harlem

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East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center

158 East 115th Street

New York, NY 10029

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Join us at the Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center as we celebrate Black Breastfeeding Week 2022!

About this event

The Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center is excited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Black Breastfeeding Week!

DETAILS

  • Date: August 31
  • Time: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Notes
    • We encourage masks to be worn by all in attendance
    • Pictures will be taken at the event, and attendees will need to sign consent forms.
  • What to expect:
    • 1 p.m. - Mother's Love Paint Workshop
        • No experience necessary, an opportunity to unlock your inner artist! Express what your breastfeeding journey has been through art. Blank canvass and paint provided.
        • Please note this workshop is first come, first serve.
    • 3 p.m. - Chocolate Milk The Documentary - Panel Discussion
        • In collaboration with Breastfeeding Resiliency, Engagement, and Empowerment (BFREE) team of Cohen Children's Medical Center/Northwell Health.
        • Join the conversation of expert panelists as they discuss the socioeconomic factors of race and other influences on breastfeeding rates for black mothers in America through the stories of three women.
  • Additional dates and locations:

BACKGROUND

Black Breastfeeding Week 2022 (#BBW22):

For the 10th year of Black Breastfeeding Week, we’re celebrating the countless breastfeeding journeys for families- past, present & future. The new foundation of lactation support is built on racial equity, cultural empowerment, and community engagement. Powered by our collective resilience.

Event Leads:

Creating Breastfeeding Friendly Communities: CBFC is an initiative of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Center of Health Equity, designed to build/expand community-based breastfeeding partnerships and advance broad-based policy, system, and environmental changes on breastfeeding protection, promotion, support, and care management within community settings and businesses and with child care and health care providers. The initiative also seeks to reduce the racial/ethnic and community disparities in the prevalence of breastfeeding, especially exclusive breastfeeding in Neighborhood Health Action Center areas of North and Central Brooklyn, East Harlem and the South Bronx.

For more information and to request accommodation, email pdejesus@health.nyc.gov.

Interpretation services are available upon request. Please submit requests no later than 72 hours before the event to pdejesus@health.nyc.gov.

可应要求提供口译服务。请在不晚于活动开始前的 72 小时提交要求至 pdejesus@health.nyc.gov。

Se dispone de servicios de interpretación previa solicitud. Por favor, envíe su solicitud como mínimo 72 horas antes del evento a pdejesus@health.nyc.gov.

Interprétation disponible sur demande. Veuillez soumettre vos demandes au minimum 72 heures avant l'événement à pdejesus@health.nyc.gov.

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