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Breastfeeding Is Taboo in the Black Community but One Woman's Working To Change That

Erika Dudley wears a shirt that reads "first generation breastfeeder." Dudley was one of the first women in her family to get back to the practice of feeding her son with something produced by her body instead of with formula. Black parents like Erika have lower rates of breastfeeding than their white counterparts, with breastfeeding at 69.5% compared to 85% of white parents, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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