Mother’s Day Turns 100: Its Surprisingly Dark History

[podbean resource=”episode=p7xxw-911492″ type=”audio-rectangle” height=”100″ skin=”1″ btn-skin=”109″ share=”1″ fonts=”Helvetica” auto=”0″ download=”0″ rtl=”0″] Anna Jarvis was the driving force behind the first Mother’s Day observances in 1908. PHOTOGRAPH BY BETTMANN, CORBIS Born

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