While data is significant and valued, we also believe that it is important to listen to people's stories. True change occurs with valued relationships, trust and connectedness. Here at BMBFA, we believe in connecting with families on an intimate level. We also try to share our stories through images, blogs and videos. You can support our work by sharing our message widely in your personal and web-based networks. It is our hope that other black women will see these messages and not feel isolated or alone in their experiences but realize that there is a community of support available to help them with their struggles. That is why I am a huge fan of Free to Breastfeed. The website features personal narratives through songs, photographs and personal stories. This is cutting edge because it leads us to where we should be going next in breastfeeding, the arts.