Los Angeles Daily News – Her children are still too young to know how the San Fernando Valley’s Black Infant Health program gave them a chance at survival. But one day Moniquea Johnson will likely tell them. She’ll share how the women who ran the program helped her when she was 18, homeless, and pregnant.
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