You sound like your mother.
Is an essential project of a daughter’s life trying to understand her mother? On this episode of the podcast — on this week of Mother’s Day — we reflect on the lessons we learned from our moms, how we saw them as teens, how we see them now (SPOILER: it’s changed). Plus, we are joined by Marcie Alvis Walker in a wide ranging conversation about the power of motherhood — for good and ill — and the generational legacies we carry as daughters who sometimes become mothers.
And, you might have guessed it, an appearance by Karen & Sharon themselves!
- Marcie Alvis Walker is the author of the new book “Everybody Come Alive” and is the creator of the popular Instagram account Black Coffee with White Friends.
- E. Karen Beaty is a retired children’s librarian and early childhood education director. (She is also Katelyn’s mom.)
- Sharon Stone is a retired pre-K and Kindergarten teacher with more than 50 years’ experience. (And she’s Roxy’s mom.)