Some articles on parents:

Saul Alinsky - Early Life and Family
... Alinsky was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1909 to Russian Jewish immigrant parents, the only surviving son of Benjamin Alinsky's marriage to his second wife, Sarah Tannenbaum ... Alinsky stated during an interview that his parents never became involved in the "new socialist movement." He added that they were "strict orthodox, their whole ... age of 12, after which time he began to fear that his parents would force him to become a rabbi ...
Farley Granger - Early Life
... and the loss of their social status, both of Granger's parents began to drink heavily ... in a seedy part of Hollywood, and Granger's parents worked at various temporary jobs ... Bob McIntyre, and the following morning Gersh contacted Granger's parents and asked them to bring him to his office that afternoon to discuss the role of Damian, a teenaged ...
Homosexuality - Parenting
... research has been generally consistent in showing that lesbian and gay parents are as fit and capable as heterosexual parents, and their children are as psychologically healthy and well-adjusted as ...
Kateryna Yushchenko - Parents
... Kateryna Yushchenko’s parents met in Germany, married, and gave birth to her sister Lydia in 1945 ...
Open Adoption - History of Openness in Adoption
... Closed and secret records reassured adoptive parents from the fear of returning biological parents ... "unmarried mothers" and "giving them" to adoptive parents became the norm during the BSE ... biological mothers were told to keep their child a secret, and adoptive parents told to treat the child "as if born to" ...

Famous quotes containing the word parents:

    Although my parents have never been the kind to hint around about grandchildren, I can think of no better tribute to them than giving them some.... I can’t help thinking that the cycle is not complete until I can introduce them to a child of their child. And I can think of no better comfort when they are gone than to know that something of them lives on, not only in me but in my children.
    —Anne Cassidy. “Every Child Should Have a Father But....,” McCall’s (March 1985)

    Whenever a youth is ascertained to possess talents meriting an education which his parents cannot afford, he should be carried forward at the public expense.
    James Madison (1751–1836)

    Childhood is an adventure both for children and for their parents. There should be freedom to explore and joy in discovery. The important discoveries for both parents and children seldom come at the points where the path is smooth and straight. It is the curves in that path to adventure that make the trip interesting and worthwhile.
    Lawrence Kutner (20th century)