Published on April 25th, 2016 | by Jessica Carew Kraft0
MOTHERWHELMED Takes on the Passover Paradox
Emotional labor from mothers is taken for granted, especially around family occasions when mothers are typically expected to do the majority of cleaning, cooking, preparing for guests and watching children while other family members socialize and enjoy time off. It’s time to reject this expectation, just like women have strategically rejected demands throughout history. Passover reminds us to seek our own liberation, whatever that may be.