Moms balance pandemic parenting and work; Harriet Powers: A quilter's legacy

Moms balance pandemic parenting and work; Harriet Powers: A quilter's legacy

By NPR

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Thursday, 27 January

Economist Betsey Stevenson shares the latest data on the impact of the pandemic on women in the workforce, and our listeners weigh in with their parenting stories. And, Harriet Powers, who lived in Georgia in the 1800s, is considered to be at the forefront of the African American story quilt tradition. As WBUR's Amelia Mason reports, two of her only surviving quilts were recently exhibited together for the first time.
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