A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez

A. Rochaun is a diversity content specialist who is passionate about health, diversity, and equity. She regularly covers how parenthood is impacted by race and technology. You can read her content in many places including but not limited to The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Northeastern University’s Experience Magazine, and InStyle.

Life

Yes, We Need A "Special" Breastfeeding Week For Black Moms

Life

I Tried The Willow Wearable Breast Pump, & The Hype Is Real

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I Got Past My Own Birth Trauma: Here's How

Life

Ayesha Curry Told The Truth About How We Treat The Bodies Of Moms

Life

I Knew Having Kids Could Cost Me My Life, But I Did It Anyway

Life

Segregation Of Black Infants In NICUs Leads To Troubling Outcomes, Says New Study

Life

A Natural Fear Of Those First Days Alone As A Mom Of Two

Life

10 Books To Start Your Kids Thinking About Race and Identity

Life

I Didn't Manage To Beat My Induction, But My Birth Turned Out Awesome Anyway

Life

Worrying About Birth Complications Before They're Even Born

Entertainment

Why Is It So Hard To Hate The Men We Like?

Life

The Expectations Of Perfect Motherhood I Inherited Deserve To Be Tossed

Life

I'm Raising My Daughter Differently Than My Son — Here's Why

Life

My Baby Is Measuring Small, & These Are Not Little Worries

Life

I Don't Like Being In My Pregnant Body — It Makes Me Anxious

Life

After Perinatal Depression, Feeling Ungrateful

Life

I Left The Church Long Before I Became A Parent — And I Haven't Looked Back Since

Life

Can We Talk About FOMO During Pregnancy?

Life

Breastfeeding While Black Comes With Many Challenges, & Too Little Support

Life

After The Pregnancy High, A Dip Into Depression