Educator and author, Amy Alamar. EdD and award-winning journalist, Sarah Cody combine their expertise in education and news reporting to bring you a show that helps you understand what’s going on in the news and how it affects your family. Terrorist attacks, sex scandals, and stories of children separated from parents are enough to make you want to turn off the news and shelter your family. But, talking about these current topics helps you to share your own perspective and support your children in developing theirs. They’re bound to hear something through the grapevine (or their preferred social media), so why not help them navigate. With the addition of special guests, we can dig deep into current events and help you unpack it.
Talking About Breast Cancer
Caryn Sullivan, Founder of Pretty Wellness
Talking About Politics
Talking About Learning Pods
Special Guest: Orly Friedman, Founding Head of School, Red Bridge
Talking About the Return to College Campuses
Special Guest: Adrienne Oddi, Dean of Admissions, Trinity College
As information continues to evolve around COVID-19, reopening plans continue to evolve, as well. Please stay tuned into your college or university for details.
Talking About Drugs and Alcohol During the Pandemic
Talking About Being an Ally and Advocate
Special Guest: Danielle Cooper, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, University of New Haven
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Inspiring and Informative
The “Beyond the Headlines” podcast showcases topics that are truly relevant and helpful to busy people today. The hosts are fun and funny, helping draw out useful information to make our lives a little easier. I feel educated and inspired after listening. I strongly recommend this show and give Sarah and Amy - FIVE STARS!
AMAZING AND TRULY POWERFUL
I have been listensing to all the new podcasts and some I have to repeat as the information is so utterly important and relevant to all our families today. Knowledge is Power - Listen to these powerful Ladies..
Parenting beyond the headlines
One might think that with two kids already out of the house and doing well, I wouldn’t need advice to “finish” with the third, but I find these podcasts especially helpful dealing with issues that weren’t much of a factor when my first two were her age. Very helpful! Thanks!