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Diane Rehm and Jane Holmes Dixon first met more than 30 years ago, when they were both homemakers active in their church. Today, Diane is a nationally syndicated talk radio host, Jane is a Bishop in the Episcopal Church, and both are grandmothers. Diane and Jane talk about how their friendship sustained them through the ups and downs of career and family demands, and about how their relationship to each other changed over the decades.
- Jane Holmes Dixon Suffragan Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington
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