While the work of Black women in politics and racial justice efforts is often lauded, our society often negatively impacts Black women’s health and well-being through the intersection of racism and social policy. Black maternal health outcomes have been of recent interest given the unacceptable inequities in maternal and infant death, postpartum outcomes, and birthing experiences. There are also other health outcomes of concern for Black women that are all impacted by social policy. However, Black liberation and advocacy is key to Black women’s health. This discussion will cover the root causes of inequities in Black women’s health as well as policy solutions.