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This season we are exploring the role of motherhood in becoming its own political movement. We want to critically reflect on this idea with a multi-faceted community of mothers in this arena. 

 

 

 We explore the different ways in which motherhood can be politicized, from the politics of reproductive rights to the politics of motherhood within minority communities. This episode is about how motherhood is political, and how we need to take our power back. 

 

 

 As the school year starts, we often hear about the back to school blues. But what about moms? They are also burnt out. In this episode, we discuss the "Back To School Disorder" and how it can be tiring and we also discuss if you have it and some ways to overcome it. 

 

 

 Gun Violence is the leading cause of death for children in this country. As mothers it is important we engage in dialogue that creates safe spaces for our children to open up about issues in their personal lives that might be causing anxiety or depression. In this episode I provide information as well as tips to begin the discussion with your loved ones surrounding gun violence. 

 

 

 Did you know that recycling is a big part of fighting climate change? In this episode we explore how recycling can help to reduce our carbon footprint and save the planet. We also talk about how you can recycle many items in your home that are made from plastic. Join me for this episode and learn how to fight climate change by recycling!

 

 

 

 As a society, we still live in a world racism is the norm. Our children are growing up where they are learning their skin color is more important than their skills and talents. That's why talking to your kids about racism is so important. On this episode we will help parents talk to their kids about their own experiences with racism and teach them how to have the sometimes uncomfortable conversation involving race.

 

 

 

Picking up the conversation from where we left off!

As a society, we still live in a world racism is the norm. Our children are growing up where they are learning their skin color is more important than their skills and talents. That's why talking to your kids about racism is so important. On this episode we will help parents talk to their kids about their own experiences with racism and teach them how to have the sometimes uncomfortable conversation involving race.