Saturday Link Love is a new feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier.
Note: Not all links are recent, and inclusion does not imply full agreement.
The ‘Trump Effect’ in Schools: How Trump’s Hate Speech Is Traumatizing America’s Children, on Alternet—“More than one-third of teachers said they have noticed a significant increase in ‘anti-Muslim or anti-immigrant sentiment.'”
Teaching Our Daughters to Be Assertive, on Daily Mom—“Being assertive means being honest, direct and clear while maintaining mutual respect.”
What Danish Mothers Know about No Ultimatums Parenting, on Mother—“For example, one interesting difference in Danish language is that the term ‘terrible two’s’ doesn’t exist.”
The Gospel Coalition and how (not) to engage culture, on Religion News Service—“Unfortunately, we can only speculate how the organization’s leaders would answer these questions. They won’t respond to questions.”
Trump University and the art of the get-rich seminar, on Ars Technica—“What was remarkable—and what still feels surreal more than a decade later—is what happened near the end of our reporting. Donald Trump waltzed into our story.”
Excuse Me While I Lather My Child in This Toxic Death Cream, on HuffPost Parents—“The night before we left I read an article about a study that had been done about the worst types of sunscreen to use on children and adults.”
Social Justice Books for Kids to Teach about Global Issues, on What Do We Do All Day—“Social justice, whether it be environmental, political, gender oriented, or economic is a crucial subject and we must discuss it with our children if we want them to grow up to be compassionate global citizens.”