Fresh Air For Feb. 18, 2021: How The Pandemic Hurts Working Moms Hear the Fresh Air program for February 18, 2021

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Enough Already: How The Pandemic Is Breaking Women

Almost A Year Into The Pandemic, Working Moms Feel 'Forgotten,' Journalist Says

Claire Cain Miller says many working moms have scaled back on their hours or left the workforce entirely in response to new household burdens. "There were never the structures in place to help us."

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Almost A Year Into The Pandemic, Working Moms Feel 'Forgotten,' Journalist Says

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Fresh AirFresh Air

From WHYY in Philadelphia