Pathways to Equitable and Anti-Racist Maternal Mental Health Care
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Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Isabel Morgan, director of the Birth Equity Research Scholars Program at the National Birth Equity Collaborative, on the effects of structural racism on black birthing people's mental health and how we can do better.
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