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100 1  Freeman, Andrea,|c(Associate Professor of Law),|eauthor. 
245 10 Skimmed :|bbreastfeeding, race, and injustice|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource] /|cAndrea Freeman. 
264  1 [United States] :|bStanford University Press,|c2019. 
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520    Born into a tenant farming family in North Carolina in 
       1946, Mary Louise, Mary Ann, Mary Alice, and Mary 
       Catherine were medical miracles. Annie Mae Fultz, a Black-
       Cherokee woman who lost her ability to hear and speak in 
       childhood, became the mother of America's first surviving 
       set of identical quadruplets. They were instant 
       celebrities. Their White doctor named them after his own 
       family members. He sold the rights to use the sisters for 
       marketing purposes to the highest-bidding formula company.
       The girls lived in poverty, while Pet Milk's profits from 
       a previously untapped market of Black families 
       skyrocketed. Over half a century later, baby formula is a 
       seventy-billion-dollar industry and Black mothers have the
       lowest breastfeeding rates in the country. Since slavery, 
       legal, political, and societal factors have routinely 
       denied Black women the ability to choose how to feed their
       babies. In Skimmed, Andrea Freeman tells the riveting 
       story of the Fultz quadruplets while uncovering how 
       feeding America's youngest citizens is awash in social, 
       legal, and cultural inequalities. This book highlights the
       making of a modern public health crisis, the four 
       extraordinary girls whose stories encapsulate a nationwide
       injustice, and how we can fight for a healthier future. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
610 20 Pet Milk Company|xInfluence. 
650  0 African American infants|xNutrition|zUnited States
650  0 Infant formulas|zUnited States|xMarketing|xHistory. 
650  0 African Americans in advertising|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Breastfeeding|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Health and race|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Quadruplets|zUnited States|vBiography. 
650  0 Electronic books. 
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