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Milky Way Movie Screening

MAY 19, 1pm

 

Please join the San Diego Breastfeeding Center Foundation for a screening of the Milky Way movie.

Whether you’re a newly breastfeeding parent, a seasoned pro, an advocate, birth worker or just plain interested in birth and breastfeeding, come join the conversation!

 

Before the movie, you will have time to mingle with other local families and practitioners, enter our opportunity drawing for amazing gifts and services, and pick up a signed copy of Robin's new book, Latch: A Handbook for Breastfeeding with Confidence at Every Stage.

After the movie, we'll be hosting a panel discussion moderated by Robin Kaplan (President of the San Diego Breastfeeding Center Foundation, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant & Author of LATCH) featuring Executive Producers of the film Chantal Molnar and Jennifer Davidson and more experts to be announced.

Event goers will receive a free raffle ticket, with the opportunity to purchase more.  All proceeds from the event, raffle and book sales will go to the San Diego Breastfeeding Center Foundation

Schedule:

  • 1pm - Doors Open

  • 1:30pm - The Milky Way movie

  • 3pm - Panel

  • 3:30pm - Opportunity Drawing

Please share this event with your friends and families and don't forget to purchase your tickets before the event through our Eventbrite link.

If you are interested in donating an item or gift certificate for services/classes, please contact our event coordinator, Liz Bradshaw at lizbradshaw@sdbfc.com

Film Synopsis:The Milky Way is a documentary exposé about breastfeeding in the United States. We show how women can reclaim their birthright and restore the nursing mother archetype. More than a breastfeeding promotion film, this is a film by, for, and about women. It is about the knowledge that inherently resides in every woman, how to access that knowledge and how to trust what we already know. It is a film that inspires women to say, “I can do that! I want to do that!”

 

More info here >