The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:30 pm

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In good news: Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn into the Supreme Court in historic fashion. (AP News)

In continued really bad news: the Supreme Court deals a devastating blow to environmental protection. (CNN)

Abortion resources to bookmark now—including an updated map of restrictions in the U.S. and a list of documentaries to provide perspective. (MOTHER)

What “reproductive justice” really means. (ACLU)

The abortion pill can be taken later than the FDA says. (The Atlantic)

How families of trans kids are banding together to save their children. (Rolling Stone)

The real story behind the “we will adopt your baby” couple and meme. (Slate, The Mary Sue)

Mothers whose children were murdered by their abusive partners speak out and ask for tougher laws. (CBS)

The horrific story of a 20-year-old mother shot and killed while strolling her baby in New York. (CBS)

Writer Alexis Schaitkin on bringing babies and novels into the world. (LitHub)

A new kids’ book on the exhaustion of new parenthood. (MOTHER)

Who will help care for post-Roe babies in Texas? (The New York Times)

A new exhibit in London is a collective rumination on mothering. (FAD Magazine, Kupfer)

Lessons from 40 men in egalitarian relationships. (The Atlantic)

A Cabbage Patch Kids documentary—narrated by Neil Patrick Harris—is coming soon. (The Wrap)

The Academy of American Pediatrics is encouraging moms to breastfeed longer. (USA Today)

Your July 2022 horoscope is ready to read! (MOTHER)

Gap Home Kids’ collection lands at Walmart. (Walmart)

For the color-lovers: Score 35% off using the code SUMMERSALE at Aliya Wanek, and check out a site-wide sale at Babaà. (Aliya Wanek, Babaà)

Why more parents are choosing gender-neutral baby names. (The Boston Globe)

A bunch of celebrities who have shared their abortion stories. (Elle)

Summer Walker is pregnant with baby #2. (Essence)

At home with minimal, small-space mama and ceramicist Hannah Garvin. (MOTHER)

How to raise kids who are good at getting angry. (The New York Times)

Over 80 picture books featuring kids of color just being kids. (MOTHER)

When adoption changes one’s understanding of family. (The Atlantic)

Actors Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton are expecting a baby together. (People)

All about the Keep Kids Fed Act, which was just signed by Biden. (Tasting Table)

What it means when abortion is a crime. (The Atlantic)

The digital privacy crisis around abortion. (Bloomberg, Washington Post)

The Times is asking for voices of men on abortion. (The New York Times)

Need PJs? You can take up to 65% off sale items at Little Sleepies, July 2 through July 6. (Little Sleepies)

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