The US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)-Office of Womens Health, launches a campaign to promote breastfeeding among African American women.
National Breastfeeding Month 2012
The medical evidence shows that breastfeeding lowers the baby’s risk of infections, diarrhea, SIDS, obesity, diabetes, asthma, and
childhood leukemia, and lowers the mother’s risk of breast and ovarian cancers and diabetes.
(From the US Breastfeeding Committee)
(From WSAV, via Huffington Post)
Breastfeeding campaign video from New Zealand.
Be a Star, a breastfeeding campaign in the UK aimed at young moms (featuring Laura Taylor, 19 yo. when the video was made).