Vanessa Simmons, mother of 3, artist, and advocate, is speaking out to eliminate the taboo of public breastfeeding in our modern society. She interviews guests about their experiences, advocacy, and activism in the community worldwide. She is a speaker focused on transforming the mindset around the natural, yet difficult task of breastfeeding. She creatively motivates, inspires, and mentors mothers to be mindful that this is a time to be cherished, and although it is fleeting, it is a time to reinvent what will be acceptable for future generations to come.
We talk about Kimberly's provocative article, "Dear White Women: Are You Beind What's Suppressing Black Breastfeeding Rates?" She shares about her own breastfeeding experiences and how they have led her to become an advocate for change in maternal and infant health, while creating a seat for WOC at the table.
We talk about a "cause within our cause" -- Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month. Owhen's Box: Pregnancy Loss Support owner, Audrey Andaluz, shares her story of pregnancy loss and postpartum grief, publicly, for the first time.