“Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day, teach him to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.” The central purpose of AACE is to develop new public and private relationships between clergy, congregations, employers, media and non-profit organizations in America’s suburbs and urban areas to find solutions to society’s persistent problems.
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No Mason-Dixon Line divides maternal mortality in Ohio and Mississippi
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Doctor advises Black woman to abort a painful pregnancy.
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Underlying Conditions: Louisiana’s Safe Births Initiative cooks up a special recipe for reducing pregnancy related deaths in black mothers
Beauty for Ashes seeks solutions to reproductive justice. The grim statistics are known: American black women are four times more likely to die of pregnancy related complications than white women. Louisiana’s Safe Births Initiatives, under the leadership of obstetric physician Veronica Gillispie-Bell, found solutions to two preventable causes of maternal death, according to WWNO New…