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A Mom's Termination Letter from 1969 is Going Viral Because the Workplace Was a Terrible Place to Be Pregnant

These days it definitely feels like women’s advancement in the workplace stalled out somewhere around 1969, but a mom’s termination letter from that year proves there have been some marginal improvements. (Yay?)

Michaela Cornell, who works in publishing as a public-relations professional, posted a photo on from her employer, the Metropolitan Separate School Board in Toronto, Canada.

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