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Fleda Mask Jackson, Ph.D., a scholar, educator, and reproductive-justice advocate who in 2018 was honored by the Black Mamas Matter Alliance, believes that one of the larger issues of pregnancy loss is the absence of universal care for the mental needs of expectant mothers. “Mental health care and emotional support are not routinely threaded into maternal health care for the majority of expectant mothers, and where it is integrated, the needed time away from a job is not available for low-level, low-wages jobs where far too many Black, brown, Indigenous, and poor women work,” she explains. For Jackson, New Zealand’s groundbreaking policy and others like it are important because they acknowledge that losses throughout pregnancy are devastating experiences that must be recognized and supported in meaningful, significant ways. “Miscarriage as part of paid leave extends the focus of the circumstances that adversely impact the experiences of pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum motherhood and suggest the development of interventions and supports for addressing grief and loss from miscarriage,” she says.
As for where the U.S. stands on these matters, there are no laws addressing miscarriages or stillborn births as they relate to the workplace—and there’s a long way to go in terms of supporting women and childbearing people throughout the reproductive lifespan. “We’re far behind our peers in providing leave following any pregnancy outcome, including both childbirth and miscarriage,” says Strauss, citing the findings of the International Labour Organization’s “Maternity and Paternity at Work: Law and Practice Across the World” study, which reviewed leave, benefits, employment protection, and health protection across 185 countries. “It is high time that the U.S. joins nearly every other wealthy, industrialized country in guaranteeing paid leave following childbirth, as well as becoming a leader by adopting paid leave following miscarriage.” Some protections against miscarriage discrimination exist, like the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), which gives eligible workers the right to take unpaid leave to care for their own serious health conditions including miscarriage. But there’s still simply not enough support for pregnant, childbearing, and postpartum people, she says; there are currently no national laws on the books that require employers to provide any type of leave, paid or unpaid, after a stillbirth or pregnancy loss, unlike in countries such as Australia, Korea, and the United Kingdom.
In this respect, another essential part of the pregnancy-loss conversation is health equity, acknowledging the disparities affecting Black, Indigenous, and people of color individuals and their need for workplace protections. Providing paid leave after miscarriage, as well as other reproductive outcomes, is critical, emphasizes Nan Strauss, managing director of policy, advocacy, and grant making for nonprofit Every Mother Counts. “Women of color, and Black women, in particular, are more likely to be the sole or primary providers for their families and are also disproportionately likely to be working in lower-wage jobs that do not currently provide paid leave time,” explains Strauss. “Ensuring that all families have protections—like guaranteed paid leave following childbirth, paid bereavement leave following miscarriage, and other protections throughout the reproductive lifespan—is an issue of racial and birth equity.”
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- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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