Minority Health Month (April) and Black Maternal Health Week (April 11-17) provide an opportunity for hospitals and health systems to discuss childbirth risks for communities of color with community partners to create solutions that improve maternal health equity and empower women of color.

A new AHA members-only slide presentation can help guide the conversation.

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