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Mother's Day a Painful Reminder for Some Moms

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Mother's Day a Painful Reminder for Some Moms

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Mother's Day a Painful Reminder for Some Moms

Mother's Day a Painful Reminder for Some Moms

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Angela Macravion (from left), Cheryl Coleman and Latasha Adams at N Street Village in Washington, D.C. Jennifer Longmire, NPR hide caption

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Tell Me More pays a visit to Washington, D.C.'s, N Street Village, where Mother's Day takes on a painful meaning. Three moms talk about how their own personal struggles cost them custody of their children and why the celebrated day, for them, can be the most painful day of the year.

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