Discussing the Black Maternal Health Caucus with Rep. Lauren Underwood

Congresswomen Lauren Underwood and Alma Adams launched the Black Maternal Health Caucus to address one of the most urgent crises in the United States today. In this podcast, Priscilla Ross, senior associate director for federal relations, speaks with Congresswoman Lauren Underwood, co-chair of the Caucus, about their mission to elevate the Black maternal health crisis within Congress and advancing policy solutions to improve maternal health outcomes and end disparities.


 

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