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What are mirrors and windows? And why are they important in our lives and the lives of our families? In our season two finale, we talk with Saira Siddiqui of Confessions of a Muslim Mom, along with Shawn Smucker, author of When We Were Strangers. (Show Notes)
Join us for a candid conversation about talking to kids about race. Rapper and Preemptive Love's artist-in-residence Propaganda, and his wife, university professor Dr. Alma Zaragoza-Petty, share their experiences growing up as people of color, explore how they've talked about racism with their children, and speak into what they want white parents to know about humility and allyship. (Show Notes)
How do we talk with children about very real, very scary topics like violence and war? Jessica and Jeremy Courtney talk about raising children in the midst of hard questions; clinical therapist Alyson Schafer talks about how essential it is to broach conversations around violence with openness and curiosity; and Preemptive Love staff Wendy Russ, walks us through what it was like to run for public office (and love her community well) as a parent in a small town. (Show Notes)
Immigration is a complicated topic, even for adults. Some of us are afraid to say the wrong thing. Others of us fear those who are different. How do we talk about immigration with family members? With kids? On this episode, we start by listening. (Show Notes)
Can kids be peacemakers? Preemptive Love founders Jeremy and Jessica Courtney share how living in Iraq has influenced how they raise their kids. With host Erin Wilson, they explore the ways culture, technology, and war changed their perception of parenting—and invite us all to enter into difficult conversations with the young people in our lives. (Show Notes)