Hospitals in Action

Cherished Futures: what lies ahead, part 3

How do you put an end to maternal and infant health inequities?

A collaboration between Los Angeles County hospitals, Black women community leaders, and several health care partners is figuring out how to help Black birthing families thrive.

Dana Sherrod, Cherished Futures lead, has long imagined what the world would look like if Black maternal health disparities did not exist and every baby had a healthy, safe start in life.

Read the final installment of this three-part series highlighting how several Los Angeles-area hospitals are working with community-based organizations, public health agencies, and health care workers to undo these inequities.