1 E-CERP + 1 CEU

Not On My Watch:
Intentional Anti-Racism in Private Practice

Nekisha Killings, MPH, IBCLC
Course description
Anti-Racism has become a buzzword in today's popular lexicon based on world events that have drawn attention to atrocities being experienced by Black and Brown folks on a global scale. Suddenly, there is great attention on becoming anti-racist, but little agreement on how to get there.
Meet the Instructor

Nekisha Killings, MPH, IBCLC

Nekisha Killings MPH IBCLC has led in equity education across a variety of fields over the past 20 years. From consumer goods to the non-profit and religion sectors, she utilized her writing and facilitation chops to impact the way that employees and volunteers approached their work and communities. Through motherhood, Nekisha made a natural transition to focus her work in maternal and child health equity; becoming internationally board certified in lactation and launching a comprehensive lactation support entity focused on marginalized communities. Nekisha penned the chapter titled Cultural Humility in the latest Core Curriculum for Interdisciplinary Lactation Care. Nekisha is Director of Equity, Inclusion and Belonging at Lactation Education Resources, and consults numerous other organizations on creating and implementing inclusive strategies. 
She is the creator of the Melanated Mammary Atlas. She is co-founder of Nikki & Nikki: Lactation Career Consultants, which equips aspirants of color to become lactation professionals. At the heart of Nekisha’s work is volunteerism. She has donated her time and strategic vision to numerous boards of directors, including her current term with the United States Breastfeeding Committee. She was awarded the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center 2015 Spouse of the Year honor for her groundbreaking volunteerism within La Leche League USA.
Patrick Jones - Course author

Learners say 

The speaker was very passionate and a great representative for the topic.

Brittany Smith, IBCLC

Love listening to her speak.

Kimberly Greer, RN, IBCLC

Thank you LOVED IT

Eva T. Minotti, IBCLC, PP & ICD doula, CFT (Adult & Infant)

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Knowledge Gap
Anti-racism in lactation practice.


Discover exactly what anti-racism looks like in a lactation practice


Understand how to be intentional about combatting bias daily to create and maintain an inclusive practice


Know what they can do differently to ensure that their space is safe to every family that comes seeking support, even if that means referring on to another provider
IBLCE Content Outline
V. 12 Cultural Competency
VII. B. 5 Educating Families
VII. B. 8 Emotional Support
VII. B. 9 Empowerment
VII. C. 3 Code of Professional Conduct (CPC)
VII. D. 3 Use research to help develop policies and protocols
VII. E. 1-4 Public health & advocacy (all)

Course Lessons

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