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Notification from Urban Mommy Inc- Giggles Story time |Covid-19

Greetings families and care-givers. We continue to monitor the spread of the corona virus and are keeping an eye on official information including guidance from the CDC and World Health Organization. We are currently taking additional proactive, preventative measures during our Storytime to make sure every guest and volunteers are protected. Preventative measures  You can… Continue reading Notification from Urban Mommy Inc- Giggles Story time |Covid-19

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Advocating for African American Women’s right to receive the Best Maternal Healthcare | #4thTrimester Conference

Community Advocate and Urban Mommy Inc founder Monique Norington Joseph shared that Unlike 80% of the women in the room yesterday, she was at one point in a pool of statistics that says, ”African American women are three to four times more likely to die during or after delivery than are white women.” And According… Continue reading Advocating for African American Women’s right to receive the Best Maternal Healthcare | #4thTrimester Conference

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Advocating For Your Own Healthcare at the 4th Trimester Arizona Conference

The fourth trimester, better known as the time after the baby comes home, can be a trying time. The 4th Trimester Arizona Conference, now in its third year, focuses on education, family support, and connection.    Join us on March 7, 2020 at the i.d.e.a museum with our very own Urban Mommy Inc. founder, Monique Norington-Joseph. She… Continue reading Advocating For Your Own Healthcare at the 4th Trimester Arizona Conference

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I Make Humans Campaign| A Message from our Founder #pregnancy #Healthcare

Black women are 243 percent more likely to die from pregnancy or childbirth related causes. Our Founder, Monique Joseph shares more about the project and the importance of this national issue. Learn all about our project ”I Make Humans” and how you can get involved. Learn more about our project