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The ResistanceMom podcast is the story of Americans defending and rebuilding democracy today, for our own sakes and for our kids. Our story far eclipses the perfect storm of Russians, billionaires and racists that lifted a mobster and traitor into the White House in 2016.

Millions of us have now become activists: marching, knocking on doors, running for office, and teaching our kids to never look away from the atrocity of racism. We are each finding our own paths to stand as a community in defense of our democratic system and the values to which we aspire.

Host Andrea Hildebran Smith talks with leaders from every angle of the resistance about how to make an impact that will last, the fight to end gun violence, movements for sustainable economies, defending America's immigrants, and confronting white supremacy. The show does a deep dive into new frameworks for protecting speech and civil rights online. We have a particular focus on our responsibilities to the next generation: engaging youth activists, and figuring our how to at once protect and prepare kids for the challenges they are about to inherit.

This work is not easy and the news is often devastating, but there are victories to celebrate all around us as well. We have barely scratched the surface of the impact we can make as voters, elected officials, advocates and parents.

Listen to the podcast and be a part of the community that is keeping democracy real in America.

ResistanceMom Andrea Hildebran Smith

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

The ResistanceMom podcast is the story of Americans defending and rebuilding democracy today, for our own sakes and for our kids. Our story far eclipses the perfect storm of Russians, billionaires and racists that lifted a mobster and traitor into the White House in 2016.

Millions of us have now become activists: marching, knocking on doors, running for office, and teaching our kids to never look away from the atrocity of racism. We are each finding our own paths to stand as a community in defense of our democratic system and the values to which we aspire.

Host Andrea Hildebran Smith talks with leaders from every angle of the resistance about how to make an impact that will last, the fight to end gun violence, movements for sustainable economies, defending America's immigrants, and confronting white supremacy. The show does a deep dive into new frameworks for protecting speech and civil rights online. We have a particular focus on our responsibilities to the next generation: engaging youth activists, and figuring our how to at once protect and prepare kids for the challenges they are about to inherit.

This work is not easy and the news is often devastating, but there are victories to celebrate all around us as well. We have barely scratched the surface of the impact we can make as voters, elected officials, advocates and parents.

Listen to the podcast and be a part of the community that is keeping democracy real in America.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Susan4Resistance ,

Excellent Podcast For All of Us In the Resistance

Andrea clearly does a lot of work and research and a huge amount of preparation to make her podcasts seem so easy! Many gold stars to her, even more than 5. Each one has been tremendously educational, so I recommend the podcast highly to one and all. I even increased my monthly support level after listening for awhile; that should give you an even better idea of my full recommendation.

Pam Ant ,

Great Podcast with hope!

I love this podcast. It’s a wonderful blend that includes narratives that parents can relate to with information from professionals and others that help navigate through these trying times with little ones in mind. Andrea has a lovely calm voice; a balm to the outrage many of us are feeling.

Sunnyhaber ,

Not just for moms

I really enjoy this podcast. She has great guest, good point and a pleasant voice. He perspective is very interesting. It’s a good add to my political listening because it’s a bigger picture take on things.

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