The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
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In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years of federal abortion rights. Here’s what you need to know. (Guttmacher, CNBC)

Visiting Boston? Be sure to check out the Designing Motherhood exhibit. (MAAM, Bay State Banner)

A great interview with the author of Essential Labor: Mothering as Social Change. (NPR)

The American Academy of Pediatrics updates its “safe sleep” recommendations for the first time since 2016. (AAP)

Billie Eilish says she’d “rather die” than not have kids. (People)

How the pandemic disrupted American education. (The Atlantic)

In response to horrific mass murders in Uvalde and Buffalo, the Senate passed the most significant gun control legislation in decades. (CBS)

An official says the Robb Elementary classroom—in which 19 children and 2 teachers were shot to death—was not even locked as local police failed to enter the classroom. (Reuters)

The new documentary Katrina Babies explores the 2005 storm’s impact on New Orleans youth. (NOLA Weekend)

The modern history of baby formula, broken down. (Eater)

How to celebrate the official start of summer with kids. (MOTHER)

How some women are using ketamine to treat postpartum depression. (Glamour)

J.Lo used they/them pronouns to introduce one of her twins, Emme, on the stage. (Them)

Beyoncé’s got a brand-new new song. And the memes are great. (Indy100)

BABYBJÖRN is now offering all-black and all-white baby gear. (BABYBJÖRN)

Got a baby or toddler? Score 35% off healthy, organic mini-meals when you use the code MOTHER35 at Tiny Organics! (Tiny Organics)

How one father hopes these photos of his son can change the world’s view of Black families. (CNN)

One of Elon Musk’s seven children is seeking to legally change their gender identity and to cut ties with their father. (USA Today)

Watch this great documentary about 1970s/1960s Representative Patsy Mink and fighting for Title IX. (The New York Times)

The Supreme Court issued a ruling that requires the state of Maine to fund religious education at private religious schools as part of its tuition assistance program. (ACLU)

Billy, Ulla, Agnes, and 100+ other baby names inspired by IKEA. (MOTHER)

A former lawyer and child of immigrants explores her guilt at becoming a stay-at-home mom. (CBC)

Parents warn of a global sextortion targeting teens through social media. (CTV)

A study featuring 1,000 Gen Z women finds many are postponing motherhood because of the challenges working millennial moms encounter. (Forbes)

When being child-free leads to a more authentic life. (Yahoo!)

Thousands of the most vulnerable and troubled children in England have been lost in the education system due to the lack of specialist schools. (Sky News)

Sharon Stone reveals she “lost 9 children” to miscarriages. (People)

Want to go to Provence? Enter to win a trip for 2! (Provence Rose)

Grab the tissues and listen to these 10 sentimental songs about dads. (American Songwriter)

Need new sheets? Check out the new Revival x Jenny Pennywood collab. (Revival)

The pan-experts at Our Place have launched colorful ovenware. (Our Place)

Hanna Andersson x Pokémon PJs are here. (Hanna Andersson)

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