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August 2019

Circulating Black Feminist Thought to Dismantle Infant Feeding Inequities

August 26, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

     

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October 2019

Justice Con ‘2019- Truth, Trauma Healing

October 7, 2019 - October 8, 2019

Join Kimberly at Social Justice Con 2019 Download the Poster Here: SocJusticeCon2019Poster

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Writing for Social Change-MasterClass, Melbourne Australia October 25th

October 25, 2019

Download the Conference Poster Here:   KSAPosterPDF Learn More at breastfeedingconferences.au

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March 2020

March 17-19th 2020 in Sacramento–Stakeholder Meetings

March 17 - March 19

March 17-19th 2020 in Sacramento--Stakeholder Meetings

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March 25, 2020-New York City, Medicine, Mediocrity & Me at BMCC

March 25

March 25, 2020--New York City, Medicine, Mediocrity & Me at BMCC

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March 26, 2020- More Than a Day — A Livestream Event for Women’s History Month

March 26

March 26th-- More Than a Day -- A Livestream Event for Women's History Month

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March 31, 2020- Tulane University- New Orleans, Express Yourself /GIFT Regional Collaborative

March 31

March 31 --New Orleans, Express Yourself /GIFT Regional Collaborative

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April 2020

April 3, 2020 Toronto, Racialized Maternal Health Conference

April 3

April 3, Toronto, Racialized Maternal Health Conference

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April 9, 2020 Hofstra University, School of Public Health

April 9

April 9, Hofstra University, School of Public Health

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May 2020

Birth & Breastfeeding Post-Pandemic: The Silver Linings Playbook

May 14 @ 12:00 pm - June 30 @ 3:00 pm

The inequities, systemic failures and policy gaps for pregnant women, birthing people and new parents have been laid bare and even exacerbated by Covid-19. But there are silver linings to this pandemic--and we must prepare now to turn those silver linings into solid solutions for shifting the birth and breastfeeding landscape. This pandemic will soon end, and many of the same commercial, political and structural forces will quickly return to "business as usual" without collective and concerted effort. The window…

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