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Fertility for Colored Girls

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FERTILITY FOR COLORED GIRLS

Infertility doesn’t discriminate, and we at PREG believe that those in all communities deserve equal access to the information, resources, and care available to them as they navigate their fertility journeys.

Fertility for Colored Girls is a national organization that aims to provide education, awareness, and support to those in the African American community, and other women of color struggling with infertility, and, with eight chapters spanning the country.

Please join us for the virtual launch on Saturday, November 21st at 11am EST.

founder and president of fertility for colored girls

REV. DR. STACEY L. EDWARDS-DUNN

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Colored Girls

From the Fertility for Colored Girls’ website: www.fertilityforcoloredgirls.org

Rev. Dr. Stacey L. Edwards-Dunn, Founder of Fertility for Colored Girls, is familiar with the pain that comes with the challenge of overcoming infertility. An ordained minister of the Gospel, certified life coach and experienced teacher, Dr. Dunn spent the earlier part of her life teaching Reproductive Health Education in the inner city of Chicago where she served as an Health Educator at Winfield Moody Health Center and the Health Center Manager as well as Director of Community Education at Planned Parenthood. In addition to serving as the Executive Minister at Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, preaching, teaching and spending time with her life partner Mr. Earl Dunn, Sr. and family, she is passionate about seeking ways to enhance her own fertility, while she seeks to serve as an instrument of hope, information as well as empowerment for those struggling with infertility, making decisions regarding their own reproductive health and seeking to build the families of their dreams.

“Fertility for Colored Girls is here to help share your story, provide education, awareness, and emotional support, and to lift up your arms so you don’t walk this journey alone. We can accomplish more together than apart, and with PREG as our partners, together we can raise awareness and provide support to those struggling with infertility in South Carolina. Infertility in the African American community is almost two times higher than in our white counterparts and we want you to know that we see you. You’re not alone. We will walk this journey together.”

REV. DR. STACEY L. EDWARDS-DUNN

a look at how infertility impacts the

AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY

please join us for the virtual launch on

NOVEMBER 21ST AT 11AM EST

South Carolina’s first chapter of Fertility For Colored Girls will officially launch on November 21st at 11am EST.

Please join us for our virtual launch by registering here: