SaySomething Show hosts - loving neighbors in times of racial tension & C-19

It's hard to navigate today's challenges. But as friends, let's do it together. So, SaySomething Show's hosts Julie Hildebrand, Brenda Teele and Erin Schreyer and Kay chat about loving neighbors in challenging climates like today's racial tension and Covid-19 fears. We also dial in Brenda's sister Lisa Hank from Las Vegas where she has served in a civilian capacity at the LVMPD. She points us toward perspective, courage and inclusion.

Where can we land on hope and how do we genuinely come alongside each other with encouraging words? We lean into and learn from conversation that is far from perfect or from solving all the problems. But it's a start which we hope will inspire further conversation for us all. With a few laughs plus lots of listening & learning - this, like most of our chats, is one to be continued. 

Thanks for joining and for walking the road together!

Category: Inspirational, Women

SaySomething is a life-talk show so we can travel the road together. Kay Wills Wyma is blogger, author, video-podcaster and mother of five. With candor and humor, she has tackled troubling societal issues like youth entitlement, comparison-pressures and is now taking on pressure/stress-laden Overwhelmed in her latest book Not the Boss of Us. Through it and her previous books (I’m Happy for You (Sort of … not really) and Cleaning House, Kay has appeared on the TODAY Show, CNN, The New York Times, Focus on the Family, Family LIfe, Canada’s The Social and more. Before becoming a stay-at-home mom, she held positions at the White House, the Staubach Company, and Bank of America. Kay lives in the Dallas area with her husband, Jon, and their family.