Chocolate Milk the Documentary Film
The Professional Doulas of Charleston presents CHOCOLATE MILK: a feature documentary by Elizabeth Bayne that explores the racial divide in breastfeeding
Charleston, SC - The Professional Doulas of Charleston will present a free community film screening, taking place at Circular Congregational Church (Wingard Room) located at 150 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Parking is available at Cumberland Street Garage, 82 Cumberland St, Charleston, SC.
The Professional Doulas of Charleston is proud to bring Chocolate Milk, a documentary film that examines how the socioeconomic factors of race and sex influence breastfeeding rates for black mothers in America through the stories of three women. The film looks at these women’s stories to explore breastfeeding’s decline, the undue health burden this places on black infants, and the struggle to bring it back as a cultural norm. Please join your hosts The Professional Doulas of Charleston on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 for a pre- & post-film survey of your breastfeeding assumptions and feelings.
Admission is FREE, and nursing infants are welcome! Save your seat on the Professional Doulas of Charleston’s Facebook event page!
Date & Time
August 20, 2019
7:00PM - 9:00PM
Circular Congregational Church 150 Meeting Street Charleston 29401 SC US https://www.nalowcountry.com/businesses/sc-charleston-circular-congregational-church