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Silas Buchanan & Megan Reich - Battle for Our Babies 5.7.18

Original Article Link: https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/television/lakeside-today/silas-buchanan-megan-reich-battle-for-our-babies-5718/95-549615063

Lakeside Today

Author: WKYC

Published: 12:02 PM EDT May 7, 2018

Updated: 12:02 PM EDT May 7, 2018

We want to tell you a very important campaign called “Battle for Our Babies” presented by the Institute for eHealth Equity! Black babies in Ohio die at 3 TIMES the rate of white babies and we are joining the battle to change this statistic today! Joining Hollie and Joe is Silas Buchanan, CEO at the Institute for eHealth Equity and Meagan Reich, Deputy Director at Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland.

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