Mothers & Daughters Unfiltered
Hindsight on 2020

Hindsight on 2020

December 16, 2020

The say hindsight is 20/20... so join the mother-daughter duo themselves to rehash their experiences. Diane & Natalie reflect on their personal lives, year one of the podcast together, and the broader cultural effects of the year we will never forget -- 2020.

The Women of America’s Correctional Facilities

The Women of America’s Correctional Facilities

November 25, 2020

Who are the women in America's correctional institutions? What does it look like behind bars in 2020? Hear from a Correctional Nurse about the realities female inmates are facing and how she chooses to show up with empathy, compassion and humanity.

The Fight for a Woman’s Right to Vote

The Fight for a Woman’s Right to Vote

November 11, 2020

In the wake of a historic election, resulting in the first ever female vice president elect, Diane & Natalie visit the story of how women gained the right to vote just 100 years ago with children’s book author, Mary Morgan Ketchel, and her mother, Senator Marsha Blackburn. 

The Likability Conundrum

The Likability Conundrum

October 14, 2020

Let's discuss the Likability Conundrum: why are women in power portrayed as "aggressive"? Why are outspoken little girls called "bossy"? The ladies dive in with "Bias" documentary filmmaker, Robin Hauser and her daughter, Holland Reynolds.

Unpacking Implicit Bias: What it Is, What it Means & Why We Have It

Unpacking Implicit Bias: What it Is, What it Means & Why We Have It

September 30, 2020

In Episode 21 we explore ‘unconscious bias’ with filmmaker Robin Hauser, producer of the documentary ‘Bias,’ and her daughter Holland Reynolds. Implicit bias: we all have it, so why and how does it define us on a daily basis and impact our relationships at home, in workplaces and in society? We unpack what we learn about our own biases, discuss what we can do better and ask—can humans de-bias their brains?

A Bride, MoB & Wedding Planner Walk into a Bar…

A Bride, MoB & Wedding Planner Walk into a Bar…

September 16, 2020
The ladies talk about weddings—the stressors, family dynamics, finances and staying connected to what's important—with mother-daughter duo, Lucy & Cat and NYC wedding planner, Ashley Douglass. 
Losing A Mother & Preserving Her Memory with Author, Dara Kurtz

Losing A Mother & Preserving Her Memory with Author, Dara Kurtz

September 2, 2020

The women discuss how we move through the grief of a losing one’s mother—and how we can keep their memory alive—with Dara Kurtz, author of “I Am My Mother's Daughter: Wisdom on Life, Loss, and Love.” Together we acknowledge the importance of allowing ourselves to grieve, moving through pain, honoring our emotions, and embracing the lessons and traditions passed down from our mothers.

Mothering the Mother: Ayurvedic Doulas, Yoga & Postpartum Care

Mothering the Mother: Ayurvedic Doulas, Yoga & Postpartum Care

August 19, 2020

Explore how we can better care for new mothers with Ayurvedic Doula & Prenatal Yoga Instructor, Megan Cassamas. In this episode, we dive into the role of the doula, the prevalence of postpartum depression and the ways the ancient science of Ayurveda can nurture the mind, body and soul.

Talking About How to Talk About Racism with Victoria Alexander

Talking About How to Talk About Racism with Victoria Alexander

August 5, 2020

The discussion about antiracism with PhD Student and Diversity & Equity Facilitator, Victoria Alexander, continues as the group covers where to start when broaching conversations around race and racism with friends and family.

Being Antiracist vs “Not Racist” with Victoria Alexander

Being Antiracist vs “Not Racist” with Victoria Alexander

July 23, 2020

In conversation with PhD Student and Diversity & Equity Facilitator, Victoria Alexander, Natalie and Diane learn about and discuss what it means to be antiracist versus “not racist.” In the first of a two part conversation series, Victoria breaks down misconceptions around terminology including racism, white supremacy and color blindness.

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