Moms in 2011
March 8th is International Women's Day.
Around 50 years ago, Betty Friedan was working on "The Feminine Mystique", a key text in the second wave of feminism.
Friedan wrote about "the problem that has no name", referring to the choice that women were forced to make between a family a career.
Today, many women are mothers and professionals. But there are still many difficult choices to be made.
Three modern moms, Mitali Ruths, Shari Okeke and Mindi Shear (left to right, in the photo with Dave) came in studio to talk about those choices.
Listen to their conversation with Dave: