You open the book with your personal story of being a mother of twins. How do you put it in context? And she was breastfeeding exclusively. So we see then the development of stereotypes, like "mammy," who is a wonderful caretaker of white children, but completely indifferent to her own and other stereotypes that evolved into the welfare queen, who is a black single mother who also doesn't care about her kids. Is breastfeeding part of that crisis? And also that I recognize that as a white woman there's many things I can only imagine and I try not to impose my own perspectives in a lot of the storytelling. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. Of course, they're using these images to try to stop black women from breastfeeding and use formula instead. February 11, PM ET.
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