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- Center for Women at U. Mass. Boston 1
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Farahnaz watched a movie of a woman who had a daycare and she really enjoyed it. When she was 18 she began to work for Iran’s government. She hated her life and specifically her job so in 2004, at the...
Rene Secilia Marino (68) speaks with her son, Micah Marino (29), about some life experiences that have prepared them for the pandemic of COVID-19. Secilia talks about the loss of her job as a preschool teacher and Micah talks about...
I'm interviewing my brother about an incident that happened with his son at this irresponsible day care facility they took him to.
Anna Paloma Williams (32) asks her mother, Luz Kenyon (58), about what life was like for her as she immigrated to the United States from Mexico and raised her children in a new country. They also discuss the female role...
Clarke Weigle (63) shares a conversation with his mother, Joan Weigle (92), about Joan’s childhood, her mother and father, her husband, her children, and her career.
Tonya Whately (56) has a conversation with her sister, Lisa Whately McKenzie (53), about losing her 2-year-old grandson to an accidental opioid overdose. The sisters also talk about their relationship and their faith.
Jane Mahlme's involvement in the League of Women Voters and Town government led her to go to law school as a mother of two & then pursue a fascinating career in public service.
Rita Dozier, 66, talks with her daughter, Dolly Sickles, 41, about her childhood and raising Dolly as a single working mother.
David began his career in social work at The Mount right out of college. His godmother was on the board and helped his get his job. His family connections to The Mount run deep. His daughters both attended the daycare...
Patricia shares stories about her time at The Mount. She started as a teacher in the intergenerational daycare and ended her career as director of special events where she oversaw the O'Christmas tree events She also talks about the time...
Friends Yvonne Kai Anderson (38) and Jolene Marie Zipp (40) talk about motherhood, building community during the pandemic, and Yvonne's founding of Tiny Hikes and Adventures, a playgroup in Las Vegas.
Yolanda Avila (67) sits down with her friend and mentee, Jackie Lujan (34), to talk about their shared community, the Southeast district of Colorado Springs. They discuss how Jackie was able to start a daycare business in the community and...
One Small Step partners Brooke Johnson (31) and Kurtis Haynes (58) have a conversation about rebelling from their Christian homes, the complexities of personal responsibility, and the need for government investment in children's developmental years.
How growing up in the Great Depression impacted women in the workforce.