• Aug 14, 2018 7:00 pm
  • 58:30 mins

We’ve noticed that the media tends to portray mothers-in-law as evil, controlling, and sometimes out to get their daughter-in-law. But for every story about a strained relationship between mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, you can find a story about the love, understanding, and personal growth that can evolve from cultivating this relationship. Paul Revere's Mother-In-Law by Kate Carney (2:00) The Boston Tea Party as told through the eyes of an unexpected witness. Learn more about Kate Carney by visiting: Selection of stories from Judith Black (13:54) From her album, Retiring the Champ, we're sharing the connected stories "Meet the Family", "The Daughter-in-Law Tango", "Denial Ain't Just a River in Egypt" about Judith's experience with her mother-in-law. Learn more about Judith Black by visiting: You Never Know What the End's Gonna Be by Dianne Ferlatte (41:17) Dianne shares how her mother-in-law's racial prejudices existed at the beginning of her marriage and dissipated as the years continued. Learn more about Dianne Ferlatte by visiting: Mick Finnegan's Mother-In-Law by Laura J. Bobrow (52:03) Mick Finnegan takes his mother-in-law to the cemetary prematurely. Learn more about Laura J. Bobrow by visiting:

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