We can't say too much because it is that time of the year. Just listen and make sure that your children are not around.
Black American's can't end Systematic Racism in the country without the help of those in power. Bita Haidarian Nossa is one person who understand that she must do her part to help dismantle systems of oppression and race based prejudice. To do this Bita is speaking out and inviting others in her neighborhood to join together to discuss race . Bita's actions may seem small, but potential for change is vast. Bita has shared the lesson plan for others who are interested in holding front yard conversations in their own communities.
The Corona Virus, or COVID-19 has turned the world upside down, but in spite of it all we have managed to carry on. Last week we spoke with three moms about how they and their families are coping with sudden change.
Courtney a wife and mom of four children was in the midst of a home remodel.
Sheila a wife and mom to two preteens lives in an apartment in NYC and lacks a private backyard to escape the four walls.
Danielle a single, newly engaged mom is forced to plan her wedding from home.
We apologize for the sound quality, but Breanne and I are displaced from our "studios' and this time I actually recorded traveling on the expressway.
Pia and Breanne have been at home for almost 8 weeks now, and life is anything but dull. Pia and Breanne speculate about the changes that are on the horizon following COVID Quarantine 2020.
Are you pregnant and scheduled to give birth during COVID-19? Have you updated your Birth plan? Do you plan to have a Doula present? Will your state allow the father access to the Hospital while you are admitted? Having a baby is stressful enough, but with the addition of so many unknown factors during these tenuous times, new mothers need more support, not less. Pia and Breanne welcome Jessica Gonzales back to talk about delivering during a pandemic.
Lisa R. Savage of the Center for Child Development in the state of Delaware, provides both school and clinic based counseling for children AND their families. Lisa sat down with Breanne and I to discuss ways to keep our children mentally safe during COVID-19. The lives of children around the world have been disrupted as their normal routines have ceased as families are quarantined at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Into and Exit Music: City Sunshine by Kevin MacLeod.
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If you have been thrown into the home school/distant learning world like Pia and I, due to social distancing, this is the podcast for you! Listen as Pia and I talk to veteran home homeschooler Hanya Sustache! Hanya will give you tips on how to organize your day, motivate your learners, manage multiple learns and inspire you to put your own magic into your homeschool space and not compare yourself to parents. Join us and be inspired!
Welcome back to Part II of our IV part interview with Ebony Goudeau. When we paused the conversation. Ebony was Houston, TX bound to to live with her father. I am going to stop typing now, because nothing that I have to say is as interesting as this conversation you are about to hear.
moved away from home soon after high school graduation (check)
became a single mom (check)
worked as a model (check)
escaped an abusive relationship (check)
returned to the abusive relationship (check)
left the abusive relationship (check)
connected with her absentee father (check)
experienced colorism within her own family (check)
Honestly, what more can I say. You just need to listen. Ebony's story has more twists and turns than Lifetime Drama.
Intro and Exit Music: City Sunshine by Kevin MacLeod.