33 episodes

Three all-American moms, a Latina, Muslim, and Queer mom, who met after the 2016 election, interview special guests and talk about how to make the world a better place for ALL our kids.
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    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

Three all-American moms, a Latina, Muslim, and Queer mom, who met after the 2016 election, interview special guests and talk about how to make the world a better place for ALL our kids.
Brought to you by Texas Signal.

    Episode 33: Gun Prevention and the Power of Motherhood

    Episode 33: Gun Prevention and the Power of Motherhood

    Welcome back to a new episode of Three Righteous Mamas!

    Today we will be chatting with Calandrian Simpson-Kemp and Shannon Watts. focusing on the hope that we shouldn't have to have and motherhood as a superpower.

    Calandrian Simpson-Kemp founded Village of Mothers, a support group for grieving mothers after her 20-year-old son was shot and killed in Houston in 2013. She's a vocal advocate for the gun prevention movement.

    Shannon Watts started Moms Demand Action, a national movement with millions of supporters and local chapters in all 50 states. which started in response to the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary shooting.

    You can follow Calandrian at @diamonds_n_pearlscal, and Shannon on Twitter and Instagram at @shannonrwatts.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 32 — Celebrating Pride Month

    Episode 32 — Celebrating Pride Month

    Welcome to another episode of Three Righteous Mamas!

    We are joined by special guests this week: Martha's family! In honor of Pride Month, Martha and her wife Jo both describe how they met, motherhood, and what the month means to them.

    • 47 min
    Episode 31 — When we Became Mothers

    Episode 31 — When we Became Mothers

    Welcome to an all-new episode of Three Righteous Mamas! 

    This week the Mamas discuss their experiences as mothers—from pregnancy to childbirth to motherhood.

    • 36 min
    Episode 30: Motherhood as our Superpower With Carrie Contey

    Episode 30: Motherhood as our Superpower With Carrie Contey

    Welcome to another episode of Three Righteous Mamas!

    This week we have a very special guest: Carrie Contey is an internationally recognized coach, author, speaker and educator. Her work offers a new perspective on human development, parenting and family life. She guides, supports and inspires her clients to live with wide-open and courageous hearts so they can approach family life with skill and spaciousness.

    Carrie received her doctorate in prenatal and perinatal psychology and is masterful at synthesizing and articulating the science, psychology and spirituality of humanhood. She is the creator of Evolve, a yearlong "personal growth through parenting" program. She is also the co-founder of the Slow Family Living movement and the co-author of CALMS A Guide To Soothing Your Baby. Carrie has appeared on NBC’s “The Today Show,” NPR, CBS radio and in many publications including Time, Parenting and The Boston Globe.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Episode 29 — Breaking Down Stereotypes

    Episode 29 — Breaking Down Stereotypes

    Welcome to another episode of Three Righteous Mamas!

    Muna is back! She shares with the other Mamas about fasting and the month of Ramadan.

    Coming from unique backgrounds, the Mamas also discuss their experiences with stereotypes and the ways they have dealt with these conversations growing up.

    • 40 min
    Episode 28 — Nse Ufot on why she's a Progressive Patriot

    Episode 28 — Nse Ufot on why she's a Progressive Patriot

    We are joined this week by special guest, Nse Ufot. Nsé is the Chief Executive Officer of the New Georgia Project (NGP) and its affiliate, New Georgia Project Action Fund (NGP AF). Nsé leads both organizations with the goal of making it easier for every voter to engage in every election.  Nsé and her team are also developing Georgia’s home-grown talent by training and organizing local activists across the state. She has dedicated her life and career to working on civil, human and workers’ rights issues and leads two organizations whose complementary aim is to strengthen Georgia’s democracy.

    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Heather CP ,

No Lines

So good. So inclusive. So Real. Their conversations will hit a note for many mamas, and humans.

Nick Bachan ,

Just So Good

These conversations are hopeful, hilarious, vulnerable, and intimately tied to the lives and experiences of the show's impressive hosts. They are fully invested in the issues they discuss, which means that they share their fears, insecurities and triumphs with both listeners and guests. This isn't a show focused on easy answers or trendy segments; it embraces that there are few BIG answers but ultimately a lof of hope in human beings helping one anoher.

jgelgand ,

Good for the soul

I don’t listen to podcasts much, but this one inspires me, introduces new points of view, calls me to action, and feels like a hug. I started with the Insurrection episode, and each Mama had so many insightful moments, and so did their kids. Subscribed!

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