A Pittsburgh artist and mother is using Twitter and a modified ice cream truck to provide mothers with a mobile safe place for women to breastfeed their children.
The Huffington Post reports Jill Miller created The Milk Truck, a pink, red and blue ice cream truck with a breast on top so mothers could avoid the public's disapproval, despite it being legal in most states.
According to the article, a nursing mother can tweet her location to @PghMilkTruck and the truck will arrive at the location to provide the mother shelter for feeding her baby.
Read more at the Huffington Post.
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