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Supporting Black Breastfeeding Week 2015

‪Breastfeeding USA is honored to stand with — and learn from — the strong women leading Black Breastfeeding Week. (#BBW15) Supporting Black Breastfeeding Week means we support a cultural shift in the African American community to view breastfeeding as the cultural norm. We invite you to learn more about the culture surrounding black breastfeeding. The theme, “Lift Every Baby” captures the hope and determination behind breastfeeding as a way to nurture the next generation. Get involved in Black Breastfeeding Week activities in your area!

World Breastfeeding Week 2015

Breastfeeding and Work. Let's Make it Work! This theme conveys a powerful message, calling us to global action to support women in their efforts to breastfeed while contributing to the economic well-being of their families. "Whether a woman is working in the formal, non-formal or home setting, it is necessary that she is empowered in claiming her and her baby’s right to breastfeed." World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA)

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Throughout human history, breastfeeding mothers have turned to each other for help. We invite you to join the circle of support and become a member of Breastfeeding USA today. We thank you, and breastfeeding mothers around the country thank you, too!

The mission of Breastfeeding USA is to provide evidence-based breastfeeding information and support, and to promote breastfeeding as the biological and cultural norm.

A mother breastfeeding her baby in the laid-back nursing position.
A mother looks down at her breastfeeding baby.
A mother lovingly looks at her newborn in her arms.