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Uzazi Village, a Kansas City-based nonprofit aimed at providing community-based maternal care, is hosting its ninth annual Black Infant Mortality Awareness Walk on Saturday.

“We really just want to send a message to the community, to the healthcare providers, to the lawmakers and the policy holders in our community as a whole that the survival of our Black babies is an issue that affects us all,” said Ceciley Wong, director of education at Uzazi Village.

Kansas City nonprofit hosts annual Black infant mortality awareness walk (kshb.com)