Adoption policy: Ottawa urged to apologize
During labour, the report says, doctors would often forcibly strap women to beds or overmedicate them. Many were denied the opportunity to hold, feed or look at their babies, and some were never told whether they had given birth to a boy or a girl. And then, they were forced — often through misinformation, deceit… (0 comment)

Education has changed significantly in the last twenty years. One of the main reasons education has undergone so many changes is because of technological development. In 1990, computers and other forms of technology served a minimal role in the classroom. Today, many if not most college students attend class with a laptop. I am writing… (0 comment)

Adoption policy: Ottawa urged to apologize
During labour, the report says, doctors would often forcibly strap women to beds or overmedicate them. Many were denied the opportunity to hold, feed or look at their babies, and some were never told whether they had given birth to a boy or a girl. And then, they were forced — often through misinformation, deceit… (0 comment)

Adoption agency protection moves forward in Congress
Copyright (c) 2018 Baptist Press. Reprinted from Baptist Press (www.baptistpress.com), news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. The original story can be found at http://www.bpnews.net/51303/adoption-agency-protection-moves-forward-in-congress NEW – 7 minutes ago by Tom Strode, posted Friday, July 20, 2018 (7 minutes ago) WASHINGTON (BP) — Legislation to prohibit government from discriminating against adoption and foster… (0 comment)

I Blame All My Parenting Decisions On My Zodiac Sign
Who knows why we make the parenting choices we make? I never said I had a coherent strategy, a long-game in mind. Tbh, I blame all my parenting decisions on my zodiac. I’m an Aquarius, and we water-jug-carriers are known to be progressive, truthful, affectionate, free-spirited, eccentric, curious, original, independent, and humanitarian. Wow, what a… (0 comment)

Thousands of Canadian mothers were forced to give up their babies. Some were told to ‘get a puppy’ instead.
The Senate chamber in Ottawa, Canada (Schoening/picture-alliance/dpa via AP) TORONTO — Their stories would not seem out of place in an episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale”: pregnant women shuttered away, violently restrained during childbirth, banned from looking at their babies — and, finally, coerced by social workers into signing adoption papers. More than a half-century… (0 comment)