Joanne Bamberger (a.k.a. Pundit Mom), joins fellow MOMocrats Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills on this week's MOMochat... on the occasion of Joanne's new book, "Mothers of Intention: How Women and Social Media Are Revolutionizing Politics in America."
"Mothers of Intention" is an anthology of political writing -- all by women who happen to be moms. (In other words: it's OUR kind of reading material! And writing material, too, as several of the MOMocrats are represented in its pages... as well as women from across the political spectrum.)
From the official press release:
"By countering the political dismissal of mothers with proof of women’s varied and impassioned responses to politics and media, Joanne attests to the increasing importance of mothers’ opinions in elections to come.
In addition to analyzing this ever-growing trend, Mothers of Intention presents a collection of essays by passionate women who are quickly becoming political influencers, including a preface by Pulitzer Prize winner Connie Schultz, and essays by Mom 101’s Liz Gumbinner, Veronica Arreola of Viva la Feminista blog, Jaelithe Judy of MOMocrats and MomsRising’s Lisa Frack.
Bamberger describes “Mothers of Intention” as women, diverse in geography, ethnicity, age and political persuasion, who pursue a world of more political discourse through their powerful, thoughtful and humorous voices about what it’s like to be a mother in today’s political world."
Join us here Wednesday at 12:00 PM Eastern/11:00 AM Central/9:00 AM Pacific for MOMocrats MOMochat.