Episode 11: Working Motherhood and Anti-Mom Bias with Katherine Goldstein

By |2019-09-30T02:32:49+00:00March 4th, 2019|Podcast|0 Comments

In this episode Diana talks to Katherine Goldstein, a journalist who has spent the last two years researching working motherhood issues in the United States. You may have most recently heard of her because she published a riveting article in the Guardian where she tells moms it’s time to get angry.

Katherine says “It is amazing what we as mothers can do, and how we stand on our own two feet. But I don’t think we should just accept our lot in this country, because it doesn’t have to be this hard.” (You can read the article here).




What’s Katherine reading?

The Faraway Nearby by Rebecca Solnit


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Diana Limongi is an activist, social media and nonprofit consultant, writer and Latina mom. She is the host and creator of Parenting and Politics a podcast where she looks at parenting through a political lens. She blogs about motherhood, raising bilingual kids, activism and life in NYC on her blog, LadydeeLG. She lives in NYC with her husband and two children.