The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
06/17/22

Photo via British Vogue

Beyoncé announced her next 16-song project, Renaissance, will come out July 29. And the world goes wild. (Blavity, Tidal)

Also: Beyoncé’s brand-new cover story for British Vogue—including glimpses into her life as a mom. (British Vogue)

H&M’s got a new biodegradable baby clothing line. (H&M, CNN)

We love this initiative showing #dadsdoingdropoff. (Vivvi)

Ibram X. Kendi’s new book, How To Raise an Antiracist, is out! (Bookshop)

Honoring Juneteenth. (ARD)

Finally—the FDA approves COVID vaccines for kids under 5. (PBS)

Governor Ron DeSantis says Florida is “affirmatively against” vaccines for young kids and won’t order any for the state. (Politico)

J.Lo opens up about her mother beating her as a child in her new Netflix documentary, Halftime. (Yahoo!)

The false assumption that leaves U.S. parents stranded alone. (The Atlantic)

A third of new moms are traumatized by childbirth. This might help. (The Guardian)

An must-listen interview with author Linda Villarosa on why Black Americans “live sicker and die quicker.” (NPR)

Mama Glow founder Latham Thomas on elevating the practice of care. (Emergent Strategy)

Author (and mom) Lisa Taddeo on the beauty standards we inherit. (Coveteur)

U.S. teens are more likely than adults to support the Black Lives Matter movement. (Pew Research)

Ruminating on what population decline means for the world. (The Hill)

Janet Jackson on putting motherhood first. (Vibe)

One mother’s account of the “manic” first days of motherhood and suffering postpartum psychosis. (The Cut)

A father-son conversation with the author of Black Fathering and Mental Health. (Whyy, The New York Times)

The recall of a Fisher-Price rocker after over a dozen infant deaths. (NPR)

Why dogs can be healing for kids. (The New York Times)

The secret emoji slang teens are using to make drug deals online. (NY Post)

Da Brat and Judy Dupart reveal their motherhood journey. (YouTube)

When the motherhood penalty starts in business school. (Poets & Quants)

Can virtual reality help kids with autism? (The New York Times)

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