“Nurse-Ins” Held Over Airline’s Treatment Of Breast Feeding Mother
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Nurse-in protest

Max Parris, right, sports a “Got breastmilk?” shirt and a smile in the arms of his mother, Ellie Parris, Tuesday at Portland International Airport. (Craig Mitchelldyer / Getty Images)
Lee Vondergrift and her son Jake play in front of the Delta Airlines counter at Portland International Airport. (Craig Mitchelldyer / Getty Images)
Rio Meyers-Dahlkamp uses a sign held by his mother, Rena, for teething during a “nurse-in” at Reno-Tahoe International Airport in Reno. (Marilyn Newton / AP)
‘LACTIVISTS’: A woman identified only as Anastasia, left, nurses 16-month-old Diego while Velisha Lukovic breast-feeds 10-month old Julien in front of the Delta Air Lines ticket counter at the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., airport. (Roberto Schmidt / AFP/Getty Images)
COMFORTING: Dante, right, gets some TLC from mom Alessia at a Fort Lauderdale “nurse-in.” (Roberto Schmidt / AFP/Getty Images)
Chanda Hall feeds her daughter Lucy in front of a Delta Airlines counter in Portland. An incident in which Delta ejected a breast-feeding woman from a flight in Vermont last month sparked outrage. (Craig Mitchelldyer / Getty Images)
Tiffanie Beaulieu, right, makes a case for breast-feeding during a “nurse-in” at Burilngton International Airport. (Alden Pellett / AP)
Julien Lukovic, left, brings some humor to a “nurse-in” in Fort Lauderdale. His t-shirt reads, “If you can eat in public why can’t I?” (Roberto Schmidt / AFP/Getty Images)