If stigma doesn’t necessarily prevent teen pregnancy, what impact might it have on those who do become pregnant?

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African American teen mothers are often stigmatized. This selection examines a birth center in Washington, D.C., that seeks to offer both support and education.

  1. If stigma doesn’t necessarily prevent teen pregnancy, what impact might it have on those who do become pregnant?
  2. What might the young women who receive services at this birth center gain, beyond health care?
  3. How might the experience of pregnancy be different for mothers-to-be who receive comprehensive care and support? No prenatal care?
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