Fare Of The Free Child
With Akilah S. Richards
With Akilah S. Richards
With Trina Greene Brown
With Cindy Wang Brandt
With Yolanda Williams
With Jasmine and Mo
With Adriana Alejandra
With Renee Lemus and Cristina Rose Smith
By CMW, a Chicana mother-scholar collective
With Janet Lansbury
Leslie shares how her experiences as an early childhood professional started her on a journey of self-reflection and healing, which then inspired her to create trauma informed programs to support others to learn to reparent their inner child, break intergenerational cycles, and become the parents they wish to be.
With Robyn Moreno
With Hunter Clarke-Fields
Our parenting style is influenced by how we were parented. What if how we have learned to parent doesn’t feel right? In this episode, I talk to Leslie Priscilla Arreola-Hillenbrand about her experience growing up in an authoritarian culture and how she has looked to her ancestry to change the future.
With Danellia Arechiga
Danellia And Leslie Talk About How Crisis Schooling (Coined By Akilah S. Richards Of Fare Of The Free Child) Is Forcing Many Parents To Reevaluate Their Parenting And Their Education Choices For Their Children. They Discuss How They, Themselves Have Been Extremely Triggered By Their Own Children During The Pandemic More Than Ever Before And How To Work Through Those Triggers.
I Am Excited To Bring You My Next Series, Parenting Decentering Whiteness. This Series Features Interviews With Parenting Influencers Of Color, People Challenging Authoritarian Parenting Paradigms While Contending With Whiteness. Joining Me To Co-Host This Special Series Is Leslie Arreola Hillenbrand, Co-Founder Of Latinx Parenting.
A conversation between America Ferrera and Latinx Parenting Founder Leslie Priscilla discussing the challenges of motherhood, parenting, and the tool of Reparenting and Remothering ourselves.
Robbyn Peters Bennett moderates a discussion with Dr. Bruce Perry and positive parenting advocates Trina Greene Brown, Amy Bryant and Leslie Hillenbrand to talk about neuro-developmentally informed ways to cope, to connect, and to help our children, each other and our community.
Leslie of Latinx Parenting and Ruth Beaglehole, Creator of Parenting with Nonviolence, discuss supportive ways to address the current state around COVID-19 with our children to bring them back to a sense of safety and security.