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The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

Photography by Da Brat via Instagram

Da Brat is pregnant at 48! (Instagram, USA Today)

What the new ABC reality show The Parent Test says about modern parenting. (The Atlantic)

The author of The Emotional Lives of Teenagers on how parents can support teens today. (NPR, CBS)

One Black mother—a granddaughter to the designers of 1950’s “doll test” study—on feeling the echoes of segregation at her child’s D.C. school. (The Guardian)

Florida’s ban on gender-affirming care for kids is putting families in a horrible situation. (NPR)

How to center civil rights in the fight for equal education for all. (Integrated Schools Podcast)

All about the Congressional Dads Caucus and the spectacle of dads parenting in public. (The New York Times)

Malcolm X’s daughter, Ilyasah Shabazz, will sue the CIA, the FBI, and the NYPD for concealing evidence related to her father’s murder 58 years ago. (NY Post)

More than 20% of kids show signs of disordered eating. Here’s what you should know about it. (CNN)

Nia Long on the excitement of having a baby after 40. (The Cut)

Paris Hilton revealed her baby boy’s name: Phoenix Barron. (People, Page Six)

What a group of students in Harlem is doing to confront the current mental health crisis haunting kids. (CBS)

When a near-death experience spurs communication between a father and son. (CBC)

The unwitting children of Nazis scattered around Europe. (The Atlantic)

Tubby Todd debuted a new line of skincare for big kids. (Tubby Todd)

Why Japan’s plan to pay folks to have more kids isn’t likely to work. (Bloomberg)

Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker are expecting their second baby. (People)

The creator of Black SuperMamas talks about creating community and more. (Yahoo!)

A brief history of Mother Language Day (February 21st). (Economic Times)

United Airlines has a new seating policy that allows parents to sit with their kids at no extra cost. (Yahoo!)

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