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5 The dark history of defining ‘family’
Mae Ngai - The New York Times, 19 July 2017.
Although the United States purports to promote family unification in its immigration policy, efforts to define and manipulate the definition of “family” in immigration matters are not new. For more than 100 years the government has done so, often reflecting political exigency and racial bias rather than the real needs and desires of families.
7 In praise of the family meal
Mark Lilienthal - Valley News, 11 February 2017.
Family meals remain a signature advantage of being human. They are a breeding ground for memories, capable of birthing great laughter one minute and forcing us to confront dark realities the next. Perhaps most important, the table is a remarkable classroom where we learn essential skills for life.
10 Seven media resolutions your family should make this year
Caroline Knorr - Life, 2 January 2017.
Working out and eating right are at the top of most people’s New Year's resolutions. But as tough as those are, nothing compares with the challenge of a healthy media diet. There are screen-time limits to manage, new apps to investigate, bizarre social media trends to make sense of (what’s with the mannequin challenge, anyway?) and, don't forget, plenty more Pokemon to catch.
24 6 Steps to a healthier family in 2016
Sara Lappe - US News, 13 January 2016.
While most people immediately vow to go on a “diet,” it’s not the best New Year's decision. A diet implies a finite period of time and once the diet is over, many go back to their old, unhealthy ways. This year, skip the word “diet” and instead, use these six tips to help your family develop healthy habits that will stick – for life.