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May 7, 2021

Wellness expert and author Patricia Ladis on bringing joy back to motherhood and what she learned while writing "The Wise Woman's Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy and Birth" with Dr. Anita Sadaty.


Apr 29, 2021

An unexpected phone call from the Tucson police department changed Brandon Tatum's life forever.  He shares what he learned as a police officer and why he believes America needs to consider another perspective on both law enforcement and systemic racism.


Apr 28, 2021

Attorney Stephanie L. Willis joins SmartHER News for a wide-ranging conversation on one of the most significant legal cases in America – what we've seen, what to watch for next and why it matters from her perspective as a lawyer, mother and policy strategist advocating for for civil rights legislation.


Apr 23, 2021

Author and foreign policy expert Gordon Chang recently wrote, "The elements of history’s next great conflict are all in place. The only thing missing is the spark." What are those elements? And what is the potential spark? Gordon answers these questions and more as we discuss the geopolitical forces at work.


Apr 15, 2021

On a beautiful spring day in 2013, Michelle L'Heureux ventured to the finish line of the Boston Marathon, never anticipating she would become one of 260+ people injured in a terrorist attack; 3 people died that day, and the terrorists also killed a MIT police officer in the manhunt. Now 8 years later Michelle shares...