bar graph shows the highest Blacks, then Native women, then asian' pacific islanders, whites and the lowest maternal mortality is for Latinas.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, variability in the risk of death by race/ethnicity may be due to several factors including access to care, quality of care, prevalence of chronic diseases, structural racism, and implicit biases. Data, graph courtesy: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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