https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/witnessing-greatness-sports-podcast/id1187199106?mt=2 This article discusses the birth of Serena Williams daughter, maternal mortality, infant mortality, and black women’s experiences with the US healthcare system. Advertisements
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Considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time, Serena Williams found herself fighting for much more than Grand Slams after complications from her recent pregnancy left her bed ridden for nearly a month.
In many medical situations, women of color feel pressured, disregarded, and misinformed about the treatments they are receiving or the potential side effects of those choices.