#11 Motherhood and Gender Roles-Fedora Kalenda

Fedora is a dynamic young woman and mother of two young beautiful girls. Born into a family of 7 children in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, she immigrated to Canada in 2003 where she has since settled. Over the years, she has cultivated a cultural, artistic, and intellectual curiosity that has allowed her to navigate through many spheres.  She is eclectic and her interests flow between music, art, fashion, and literature. She likes to meet people and loves to take part in philosophical and even political debates.
A quote that represents her state of mind: “I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn’t learn something from him.” from Galileo Galilei
In this first part of our conversation, Fedora expresses her love of being a mother to 2 beautiful girls and how much they are teaching her. I ask her to elaborate on that matter.  Tune in to find out what she has to say as a mother and her role when it comes to gender roles.

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