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For years, women have suffered under family subversive policies, gender pay gaps, financial vulnerability, no paid maternity leave, unaffordable child care and uninspired motherhood. That all changes today. This is the movement to shift the paradigm, shift the discourse, shift the infrastructure and shift the experience of womankind and motherhood for all. And it all begins with the greatest public health issue of our time: breastfeeding and maternal and infant health.

My name is Kimberly Seals Allers and I am on a mission to shift the cultural norm for infant feeding in this country with a powerful and dynamic movement that will ensure healthier generations of mothers and babies.

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Women’s History Month Must Stop Ignoring Mothering as Work
Women’s History Month Must Stop Ignoring Mothering as Work

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Academic Columbus-ing, White Female Privilege & The 3 Reasons I Did Not Attend the Breastfeeding & Feminism conference
Academic Columbus-ing, White Female Privilege & The 3 Reasons I Did Not Attend the Breastfeeding & Feminism conference

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It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month: So Why Aren’t We Talking More About Breastfeeding?
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month: So Why Aren’t We Talking More About Breastfeeding?

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Bigger than Benefits: Creating an “Understanding” of the Breastfeeding Experience
Bigger than Benefits: Creating an “Understanding” of the Breastfeeding Experience

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