The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
11:00 am
03/16/18

Photo Via The Atlantic

Scenes from the national school walkout. (The Atlantic)

7,000 pairs of shoes are laid on the Capital lawn to represent the number of U.S. children killed by guns since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. (Time)

Since 16 school children and their teacher were murdered in the UK in 1996, there’s been no more school shootings, nation-wide. Here’s what changed. (Salon)

This student was the only one in his school to participate in the national walkout. Now he has a GoFundMe page. (ABC, CNN, GoFundMe)

Why demonstrating is good for kids. (The New York Times)

Cardi B is possibly pregnant. (The Cut)

Toys R Us and Babies R Us are no more. (USA Today)

5 women, 5 countries, 5 babies. (BBC)

Does the way you parent really matter? (Slate)

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are back on tour together. (Billboard)

James Fox Co. teamed up with Isabel & Ingrid to debut three chic birthing gowns. (Ingrid & Isabel)

The hidden threat of teacher stress. (Salon)

Why U.S. teachers haven’t been getting raises. (The Atlantic)

Despite gains, the motherhood penalty persists. (Boston Globe)

Rihanna tells everyone to delete SnapChat over an ad that makes light of domestic violence. (CNN)

Ava DuVernay will be directing the new DC Superhero film New Gods. (Variety)

Inside Khloe Kardashian’s baby shower, sponsored by Amazon. (People)

Also, Khloe Kardashian’s Good American brand launched maternity denim. (Good American)

Over 2,000 frozen embryos are compromised when a lab’s freezer malfunctions. (People)

Bullying is seen as a factor in the higher pregnancy rates amongst lesbian and bisexual teens. (NBC)

Is school segregation getting worse? (The Atlantic)

Netflix ditched its feature that would reward kids for binge-watching. (Vanity Fair)

How Dr. T. Berry Brazelton shaped modern pediatrics. (New York Times)

When depression in children and teens doesn’t look like sadness. (Harvard)

Are e-cigarettes the “health problem of the decade.” (CNN)

Jessica Alba on not airing the dirty laundry of motherhood on social media. (Redbook)

New research around soy-based formulas having estrogenic effects. (Science Daily)

RIP Stephen Hawking. (Washington Post)

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