New figures show Black mothers are more than twice as likely to experience stillbirths as white women.  For the first time ever, the Office for National Statistics has broken down data on stillbirth and infant mortality in England and Wales by ethnicity.

We spoke to Carina White, from the campaign group Black Mums Upfront, who have partnered with Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity, to raise awareness about inequality for Black mothers.


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