The infant mortality rate in the United States has been steadily declining over time. One problem, though: the rate for African-Americans is roughly twice the rate for white Americans.
That's many more black babies dying at or soon after birth relative to the population.
Dr. Fleda Mask Jackson created one of many programs to target racism in the medical profession. Dr. Jackson's program is called Save 100 Babies, and it's based in Atlanta.
Dr. Jackson visits with details on the problem and potential solutions.