The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:45 pm
07/27/18

Photo Via Beyonce.com

Beyoncé shares a rare picture with her twins. (People, Beyonce.com)

Motherhood as a political asset in running for office. (The Atlantic)

The senseless killing of Oakland teen Nia Wilson demands justice. (Facebook, GoFundMe)

Older folks on their decision to remain childless. (The New York Times)

Private schools in the U.S. are becoming more elite. (The Atlantic)

Cardi B cancels her tour with Bruno Mars to stay home with her 6 week old. (Instagram)

The motherhood advantage at work. (Slate)

How to fix “sad and sluggish” sperm. (The New York Times)

The genes related to staying in school. (The Atlantic)

Horrific conditions for immigrant kids in U.S. custody. (Quartz)

Audio of immigrant parents pleading for the return of their children. (CNN)

A feminist dad stumbles. (The Washington Post)

In Florida, racism takes another black mother’s life. (People)

Ohio targets race-based stress and healthcare bias in order to save black babies’ lives. (Cleveland.com)

A review of the new family doc Far From The Tree. (The Atlantic)

How to help a teen get college-ready. (The New York Times)

China’s vaccine scandal. (The Atlantic)

11 writers on their memories of being 13. (The Cut)

Nearly a dozen Dutch newborns die after their pregnant mothers took Viagra in a scientific trial. (BBC)

After a child’s death, evaluating a day care’s safety. (The New York Times)

Eighth graders on why the loved the movie Eighth Grade. (Slate)

Giving birth in America can be costly and confusing. (Salon)

Teens, Instagram, and “flop” news accounts. (The Atlantic)

The Bright Horizons childcare chain will pay for its employees to get college degrees. (Slate)

Bode Miller and Morgan Beck Miller discuss their 19-month-old’s tragic drowning. (Today)

Model Lais Ribeiro reveals her son has austism. (People)

American vs. European views on sex, violence, and teens. (Quartz)

The most common reasons kids have trouble making friends. (U.S. News & World Report)

A study finds preschoolers aren’t into freeloaders. (Quartz)

When being a good dad gets you promoted to “mommy” status. (The New York Times)

Why more men don’t take their wife’s last names. (The Atlantic)

All hail Baby Chanco and her crazy head of hair. (Instagram)

Gwyneth Paltrow on wanting a third child. (People)

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