For Black families, the decision to become a parent is deeply personal and life changing. It’s a powerful moment to decide to bring new life into a world that, by design, destroys our brilliance, culture, and potential. We don’t undertake this task lightly. With each pregnancy, we weigh our options and economic realities. We are forced to make decisions about our families, often not always based on our hopes and visions for the future, but on the money in our pocket and whether we have access to competent healthcare. But what if we could change that? What would it look like to drastically shift the way our society cares for the creation and existence of Black families?