Katherine Maich

UC Berkeley

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PhD candidate in Sociology at UC Berkeley

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There’s a movie in theaters right now called The Second Mother. It’s the story of middle-aged live-in housekeeper in an upscale Brazilian home.

'The Second Mother'

There’s a movie in theaters right now called The Second Mother. It’s the story of middle-aged live-in housekeeper in an upscale Brazilian home.

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