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Are You an Elk Parent or a Bison Parent?

A few weeks ago, while visiting Vermejo Park Ranch in northern New Mexico, my family and I were out on a wildlife safari in a remote valley when we spotted a newborn elk calf wobbling across the road, trailed by its mother. It was late May, the beginning of calving season, …

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Tata Chemicals Continues Support for Low-Income Single Mother Families

Tata Chemicals has provided a $35,000 grant to the Sweetwater Area Climb Wyoming program to support low-income single mothers discovering self-sufficiency. (From left to right) Ray Fleming Dinneen, Climb Executive Director; Brittany Gray, Climb Sweetwater Area Program Director; Patricia Angelovich, Tata Chemicals Executive Assistant; Scott Ellis, Tata Chemicals North America …

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My Husband Paid Me to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom

Without standardized child care, families are being set up to fail. (Photo: Wes Hicks/Unsplash) My progressive husband was against it, but I convinced him of the arrangement. The day we sat down to discuss it, I’d even calculated an hourly rate for my work as a mother. Half of $15 …

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Bill Introduced to Improve Maternal Healthcare

By Mark F. Gray, Special to the AFRO, [email protected] Expectant mothers face challenges when seeking quality prenatal care in the District of Columbia.  Economic and transportation barriers contribute to the District’s infant mortality rate which is amongst the worst in the nation. In 2018 there were an average of 36.1 deaths …

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