The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:30 pm
04/22/22

Photo Via @GretaThuberg

The U.N. climate report says it’s “now or never” for governments around the world to change their policies in order to protect the planet. (U.N.)

Greta Thunberg on why this year is not a “happy Earth Day.” Plus, more about her go-to book about the climate crisis. (Instagram, The Guardian)

We believe in celebrating Earth Day, everyday. These children’s books about Mother Nature are must-reads year-round. (MOTHER)

A 2-part podcast on how transgender rights are being stripped away in Texas. (The New York Times)

With Roe v. Wade under serious threat, the resurgence of the “abortion underground” is here. (The Atlantic)

Black women talk fibroids, fertility, and motherhood. (The Root)

A thought-provoking conversation about women and their relationship to money. (Adrienne Maree Brown)

Maria Sharapova is pregnant. (Instagram)

It’s revealed Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas named their daughter Malti Marie. (Today)

What teens are into in 2022—TikTok, Nike, Amazon, Chick-Fil-A, and more. (Yahoo!, Piper Sandler)

Why physicians are recommending all kids get screened for anxiety. (NPR)

A controversial approach to step-parenting. (The Atlantic)

The best gifts for new and expecting moms. (MOTHER)

Sustainably made mommy & me looks we love. (Cleobella)

The shopping mania around babywear designer Kate Quinn. (The New York Times)

Michelle Obama on her daughters growing up and having “boyfriends and real lives.” (People)

A look inside the textbooks Florida is trying to ban. (The New York Times)

Outrage after Syracuse police officers are recorded handcuffing an 8-year-old. (CBS)

The creator of the Good News Movement has an optimistic new books for kids. (Amazon)

Seven key skills to teach your kids so they thrive. (CNBC)

When 2+ years of isolation leads to inspiration. (MOTHER)

The cost of chasing TikTok fame. (CBS)

Seems like teens are split on the metaverse. (Fast Company)

Healing of generational trauma gets a spotlight in Everything Everywhere All At Once. (The New York Times)

Ways to help your highly sensitive kid. (CNBC)

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