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Fathers Welcome! Special session for expecting dads during community gathering


Milwaukee Breastfeeding Network featured in article and video

AABN is dedicated to educating and empowering families to breastfeed their children. The African American Breastfeeding Network of Milwaukee was formed to address breastfeeding disparities, increase awareness of the benefits and value of mother's milk, build community allies and de-normalize formula use.  Our mission is to promote breastfeeding as the natural and best way to provide optimal nourishment to babies and young children.

 
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AABN Featured in the April 2015 issue of Essence Magazine "10 Things People are Talking About"

AABN Featured in the April 2015 issue of Essence Magazine

"10 Things People are Talking About"

Sabirah Payne-Boss and Aaliyah Love-Clarke present their story about milk sharing during the Milwaukee County Breastfeeding Coalition event on May 5th.

Sabirah Payne-Boss and Aaliyah Love-Clarke present their story about milk sharing during the Milwaukee County Breastfeeding Coalition event on May 5th.

Airport unveils 3 lactation stations for nursing moms

Airport unveils 3 lactation stations for nursing moms

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Please considering donating: baby clothes, breastfeeding items, crock pots, nursing bras, new breast pumps, blankets, baby hats, etc.  Call (414) 264-3441.

Milwaukee Breastfeeding - Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families (LIHF)  features AABN. The Normalizing Breastfeeding project in Milwaukee seeks to increase breastfeeding initiation, duration and exclusivity rates by providing provides support services to pregnant women, expectant fathers and new parents.

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"Breastfeeding Works for Working Mothers"

Employers with more than 50 employees are required to provide reasonable break times for nursing mothers to express milk, until the child is one year old.  They also have to provide a private space for pumping which is not a bathroom and is free from intrusion.  Click here for more info.

Frequently Asked Questions: Breaktime for Nursing Mothers

Reasonable Breaktime for Nursing Mothers.  It's the Law!  Download Pamphlet