Honoring working moms for International Women’s Day

Being a mom is hard enough. During the pandemic, moms across the country found themselves without a job, or doing essential work, while caring for their kids in quarantine.
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Finally tonight here on this international women's day the women the mother's we have followed here for nearly a year America strong. They or the women across this country who've been documenting their lives for us for months in this pandemic offices where it work. Parenting working and many of them doing the teaching to. Awful Foster with her son Jeremiah. She lost her job this pandemic to. As government large two bloody safely ahead. Lansing work. I recently got a job in December of 2000 let me. Or what a little doubt that networks own here Maryland. You. Wouldn't. Opel on the balancing act that's now gone on for every year usually this is where we sit it can't squeeze in a little bit of work while he's old school in great. You call Strauss from cannons for Pennsylvania. A young mom still going to work and occupational therapist at a nursing home. I was around positive. I can't train wreck can't marry doha energy to. You forehand. Long chapter in the garage and shallow water. And so arrogant. And in my aunt. And then there of the moms working from home. And the drawings and their makeshift home office. This is. An office with me dated Christine tag from Texas. I'm really hoping facts people are their real asset they're not alone in your struggle. And. Second grade teacher mis beat you money Balkan reading bedtime stories for her students. And helping parents to at DC bilingual public charter school in Washington DC. Tonight eleven months after our first report here on her for students with a new message it. Yeah. They are eager to learn group parents sat there and praying for her in front. Eighty bay and is being tonight. The purple DT the fun. To keep the joy because of we can keep that shall wait and I really do believe we can do anything. I. And Opel you'll remember her son Jeremiah Wright by her side tonight she's back in touch with us with a message on this international women's day. For all those women out there they are juggling way too much. And Cassel what's on their plea to you can keep doing it stay in the fight can be strong. The moms the teachers the essential workers we are indebted I'm David Ross Healy here tomorrow connect.

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