We take it way back to childhood…and back to the present with a discussion of The Babysitters Club, both the book series from the ’90s and the Netflix adaption. We also share our current struggles with childcare, particularly in the times of COVID-19. Sending our love to all the caregivers out there!
Katey’s Pick: Disenfranchised Grief Disenfranchised grief is grief that is not openly acknowledged, socially accepted, or publicly mourned. For example, let’s say a married couple gets a divorce and then one of the partners dies. The ex-spouse does not feel like they can participate in the mourning of that person because society does not accept […]
On Kindreds Picks, we discuss some of our favorite recommendations that we didn’t have time to get to in our regular episode. Ashley’s Pick Organization: Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice After studying the Lenten guide Drawing Closer to Creator and Creation: And Indigenous Journey Through Lent, Ashley shares about the Eloheh Center, co-founded by Edith […]
On Kindreds Picks, we discuss some of our favorite recommendations that we didn’t have time to get to in our regular episode. Katey’s Pick Book: Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid This novel is about a young black woman living in Philadelphia who works two jobs, one of which is babysitting for a wealthy […]