BLACK BABIES COST LESS IN AMERICA: THE RACIAL REALITIES OF ADOPTION IN AMERICA, BY KATE DRIES
I'm not sharing this as a way to shock you-- or shove a more liberal-leaning publication down your throat-- but rather as an invitation for you to consider this article as a step toward better understanding the racial realities of adoption and foster care in America.
Unbeknownst to a lot of future or currently-in-the-process adoptive parents, there is a lot of history of difference in opinion of transracial adoption. This article is a good stepping stone to better understand both the sad, unfair current realities and past feelings of hurt or prejudice that affected policy.
WHY MILLENNIALS UNDERSTAND THE FUTURE OF WORK BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE, BY SARA HOROWITZ
As a millennial myself I struggle to say I agree with this out of fear that I'll get the regular "Sigh. You guys always think you know everything..." Except, here I am and I really do believe that 'we' get it.
At the end of the day, companies and organizations are looking for cheaper, more flexible labor force that will be available at the drop of the hat. With that need from the growing, technologically-backed global marketplace, comes the comeback of flexibility.
23 INCREDIBLY HELPFUL DIAGRAMS FOR MOMS-TO-BE, BY PEGGY WANG
I'll just leave this right here for you, Mamas.