Hidden Human Podcast:
Using Our Collective Power For Good - Jenna Arnold
on White Women Creating Change
Kelly Meerbott interviews Jenna about her book and how White women can stand up to the injustices of the world.
What Do You Believe? Podcast:
What Is At Stake For America?
"Activist and Author Jenna Arnold rejoins the podcast for an important follow up conversation leading up to the 2020 Presidential Election. She gives her take on what’s at stake in America’s psyche and our Democracy… as well as her answer to...'What does Trump believe?'"
InstaLive with Alyssa Milano
Two Biden/Harris surrogates, Alyssa Milano & Jenna Arnold, get together for a #TeamJoeTalk to discuss what is at stake in this election & how two moms (and very concerned Americans) are feeling heading into the final stretch of this campaign.
Brand on Purpose Podcast:
“What Makes America Great?” With Raising Our Hands Author Jenna Arnold
Raising Our Hands author, Jenna Arnold, discusses vulnerability and the importance of finding and using your voice during this challenging, polarizing and politicized time. Exploring the themes covered in the book, Jenna offers her unique perspective on power, proximity & privilege and shares insights from her years of conversations with white women across America about their identity and role in the country.
InstaLive with Mark Charles
Mark Charles, a 2020 Presidential Candidate, talks about the current identity based challenges the country has with phrases like "We the People." We discuss what it would take for our nation to honor treaties, really abolish slavery, and co-create a future where "all" actually means...everybody.
InstaLive with Denise Hamilton
In conversations with Denise Hamilton, a person whose "superpower is the ability to have the most challenging discussions & come out the other side with solutions & a positive direction." Jenna & Denise unpack what it would take for Black and White women to move forward, together.
InstaLive with Shamil Idriss
Shamil Idriss is the CEO of Search For Common Ground, the world’s largest dedicated peacebuilding organization. Shamil has led Search’s efforts to end violent conflict in more than 35 countries globally, including some of the most devastating conflict zones in the Middle East and Africa. Shamil & Jenna discuss what we can learn from the run-up to Civil Wars abroad to understand what is happening real-time in the US.
InstaLive with Cynthia Miller Idriss
Cynthia Miller-Idriss is an award-winning author and scholar of extremism and youth radicalization. She directs the Polarization and Extremism Research & Innovation Lab (PERIL) at the American University in Washington, DC. Jenna & Cynthia discuss her latest book, Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right, that looks at the the rise of the right & what we can do about it.
Brave Not Perfect Podcast: Bravery In Space
In a conversation about what it takes to be brave, Jenna & Reshma, long time friends, unpack the nuances around women's civic behaviors and what the next chapter for engagement might look like.
InstaLive with Charlie Hauck
Jenna & Charlie Hauck study specific communication tactics that might be helpful to use for courageous conversations—particularly around charged social & political topics. Charlie, a world renowned business & communication coach, utilizes the power of vulnerability to foster productive communication.
Parenting & Politics Podcast:
Why White Women Vote The Way They Do
In this episode, Diana talks to Jenna Arnold, the author of Raising Our Hands, about the way white womanhood has pre-determined a set of required patterns in all lanes of civic life.
The Opt-In Podcast:
Raising Our [White Woman] Hands
LIZ - WRONG PHOTO ON THE LEFT "Jenna Arnold pulls the curtain back on the proverbial White Woman of Oz to reveal why one of America’s most influential demographics seems to think they’re, well, powerless. She is the author of Raising Our Hands, an educator, social entrepreneur, activist + mother who lives in New York City with her husband and two children."
InstaLive with Carmen Perez
In Friendship While Waking Up - It's Not Easy "I remember when Carmen used to sit on my couch & we’d talk about love, work…the struggles of making ends meet (specifically how expensive cell phone bills always are). I always prayed for so much for Carmen, though, like her, I never was quite sure how it was going to be delivered. Alas, a decade later, she has it all right in the palm of her hands…that love, that career, those babies, ends are meeting. Yet, here we are, still staring at each other asking what, where, how…else?"
InstaLive with Amanda Hambrick Ashcraft
Abortion & the Church - Taking Back The Babies: Jenna and Evangelical Reverend Amanda Hambrick Ashcraft discuss back pro-life, the babies...and the church. Anti-choice is one of the most heated subjects, and will be for many generations, though folks don't know how to have productive conversations about the subject...here is how.
InstaLive with Eve Rodsky
Public Issues In Our Homes: Ever Rodsky is a NYT Bestselling Author whose book, FairPlay, is shapping the modern marriage. Both Jenna and Ever have spent the past katrillion years studying the behavior of women in the context of their partnerships, in their professions, as caretakers, in their friendships & they're OFFICIALLY raising a couple of key flags in this conversation.
How To Die...Together: in one of Jenna's more joy-filled, light, and refreshing convos, she and Michael Hebb—a death and dying expert—dive into the black, but oh-so-magnificent conversation surrounding death. 'Death denying' behaviors are one of the underlying reasons our culture can be so toxic, confused...feeling hallow. We’ve sterilized, medicalized, traumatized death so we get no collective “nutrient” from the transition.
State of Beirut Post Blast: from bklyn -> beirut, feeding the starving...
Nas flew from NYC to Beirut to help feed those in need.
80% of the country is now food insecure & a piece of meat can cost as much as $100 because the Lira has decreased in value. Domestic workers, refugees, the already marginalized are now in even more dire circumstances.
"How can white women in America find their proper place and make real and effective change?Raising our Hands is a must read to learn about steps you can take to begin to have the uncomfortable (but necessary) conversations about evaluating our biases and using privilege to drive real change. Join us for this very important conversation as Jenna discusses elevating our consciousness so that we may begin to move forward."
InstaLive with Alissa Freiha
Beirut Blast - the 3rd largest explosion in human history, took out a world capital in a country already suffering from extraordinary political and social unrest. Alissa & Jenna unpack the turmoil on the ground, the fear that the world will write this off to another “Middle East issue” and troubleshooting how to source stamina.
Fashion & Feelings with Stacy London
Stacy London is an American stylist/fashion consultant, author, and magazine editor known primarily for her time as co-host on What Not to Wear. Jenna & Stacy unpack the nuances of performance chores and the cognitive acrobatics we perform to avoid facing the complicated truths about our civic responsibility.
Jenna and Denise Hamilton, a person whose "superpower is the ability to have the most challenging discussions & come out the other side with solutions & a positive direction" dissect how to maintain stamina, how to hold humility, and how to lean into it as a tool for learning, and why ALL this work is required for the survival of us.
"Jenna joins Sophia on Work In Progress to talk about her new book, Raising Our Hands, which asks white women to have a radical and honest conversation with themselves about race, identity, privilege, and power. She and Sophia discuss her activism, the importance of listening, how to take an active role in creating a better future, and much more."
An exploration of the blueprint that pre-determines what an acceptable life is meant to be for American women, how we, often unknowingly, resort to performance chores and intentional invisibility so we don't have to step into the hard work of holding ourselves and others accountable.
"This webinar seeks to meet the gravity of the moment we are in: an unprecedented opportunity for white women to understand both the context of their legacies of violence and complicity in white supremacy, as well as the window that remains open for hundreds and thousands of them to be on the right side of history and advance work in support and affirmation of Black life."