Program Schedule Station Directory. Her high school allowed her to visit her baby several times during the school day to breastfeed. Berry says joining the Chocolate Milk Club, a Minneapolis support group for new moms, has been helpful because she is able to meet other black mothers who are breastfeeding. Research shows that breastfeeding is important for the health of mother and baby. She found that about 80 percent of African-American infants nursed shortly after they were born, compared with 94 percent of East African babies. Slave owners purchased black women to nurse their white babies, forcing them to hold and bond with these infants, and stop nursing their own. A three-year analysis beginning in found that Minnesota was one of only three states where a higher proportion of black infants were breastfed shortly after birth than white infants. Moore is also organizing the third annual Chocolate Milk Day Aug. The Chocolate Milk Club is trying to close gaps by providing a more supportive space for black moms.
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