The Milk Magic Educator Program was developed to mobilize breastfeeding advocates and enthusiasts through instant access to the tools needed to provide comprehensive and culturally appropriate breastfeeding education and support in your own community. The program was motivated by the recognition of the many systemic barriers to lactation education and support in the Black and Indigenous communities.
Content was developed collaboratively by parents, doulas, lactation consultants, researchers, nurses, physicians, and designers with the goal of making content accessible to all. The focus is on common nursing challenges to emphasize realistic preparation. Language and images aim to provide an inclusive, representative space.
Membership in the Milk Magic Educator program includes an all-in-one curriculum with digital presentation slides, parent handouts, and all the background research you need to feel confident in your teaching.
Are you Black, Indigenous, or another Person of Color, or from another group that faces systemic barriers to human milk access? Click here to fill out a short application to be considered for the Angela Diaz de Leon Equity Scholarship. Angela was a fierce advocate who believed strongly that all parents should have access to bodyfeeding. This is one way we are honoring the legacy of our beautiful friend and colleague.