Call to Motherhood NPR's Margot Adler reports on the aftermath of a recent conference at Barnard College in New York City -- the start of a movement called "A Call To A Motherhood." The symposium at Barnard brought together women from the political right and left, in an attempt to transcend the tired debate over a woman's role in the workplace versus her role as a mother within her family.
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NPR's Margot Adler reports on the aftermath of a recent conference at Barnard College in New York City — the start of a movement called "A Call To A Motherhood." The symposium at Barnard brought together women from the political right and left, in an attempt to transcend the tired debate over a woman's role in the workplace versus her role as a mother within her family.