This hour, we take a deep dive into the realities of modern-day motherhood. We talk with a sociologist who spent years in the field interviewing working moms. We also get a local perspective, and we want to hear from you.
- Jessica Hendrickson - Co-manager of the blog CT Working Moms (@JessToddH)
- Caitlyn Collins - Assistant Professor of Sociology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and author of Making Motherhood Work: How Women Manage Careers and Caregiving (@caitymcollins)
- Fran Pastore - Founder & CEO of the Women’s Business Development Council, a nonprofit based in Connecticut (@francinepastore)
NPR: Working Moms Have Been A 'Thing' Since Ancient History - "By studying the bones of ancient women in Europe, archaeologists at the University of Cambridge have uncovered a hidden history of women's manual labor, from the early days of farming about 7,500 years ago up until about 2,000 years ago."
Lydia Brown and Chion Wolf contributed to this show, which originally aired on March 25, 2019.