I’ve read a lot lately so thought it was time to share…
New Claims Prove the Henrietta Lacks Controversy Is Far From Over – I knew about this story years ago, her story must be remembered when you read the next story below because according to this article – if it wasn’t for her cells…
Polio then and now: the story of a crippling disease on the verge of worldwide eradication – more of a look back at history of the disease, interesting to say the least. I did a post about what answer dad gave me when I asked him a question about what was the greatest advance during the time he practiced medicine and this vaccine was his answer.
Trauma, Race and Invisibility: The Power of Getting Woke by Melanie Chung-Sherman, a clinical social worker, transracial adoptee – deeply powerful words and advice. Everyone should take the time to read it.
How to Love a Transracially Adopted Person by April Dinwoodie, Chief Executive of The Donaldson Adoption Institute, co-founder of Fostering Change for Children and transracial adoptee. A powerful read that triggered a lot of nodding while reading. Something adoptive parents should also read, knowledge is power.
How the 19th-Century Know Nothing Party Reshaped American Politics – I don’t remember learning about this in history, good read and you may even find it timely.
Have you read anything good lately and want to share?