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Mothers of the Movement and mothers of fallen police officers come together for the first time to share their stories and talk about moving forward after their children’s deaths.
Mothers Gwen Carr, Paulette Thompson, Valerie Zamarippa, and Nancy Renninger open up about grieving publicly and what has helped them cope. Plus, mother Geneva Reed-Veal explains why there needs to be a global dialogue about racism and violence.
Dr. Oz explains why he fears the loss of connection we have with each other. Then, mothers share happy memories of their children.
Mothers Gwen Carr, Wanda Johnson, Lesley McSpadden, and Valerie Zamarripa discuss the healing process and raising awareness about violence after the loss of their children.
Psychologist Dr. Robin Smith addresses the Mothers of the Movement and mothers of fallen police officers and explains how they have done their best for their sons and daughters.
Preacher and motivational speaker DeVon Franklin explains the power behind grieving together and Dr. Oz discusses the different stages of grief.
Mothers Lucy McBath and Lesley McSpadden express their stages of grief, from denial, bargaining and anger to acceptance. Then, Sybrina Fulton, Samaria Rice, and Wanda Johnson share what they hope for the future.
Preacher DeVon Franklin and Mothers of the Movement discuss how faith can help during times of mourning and psychologist Dr. Robin Smith emphasizes why it’s okay to ask questions.
Preacher and motivational speaker DeVon Franklin speaks on the importance of upholding family rituals after the death of a loved one. Plus, mothers Cleopatra Cowley, Lesley McSpadden, Samaria Rice express their fears of tragedy striking again.
Mothers Lesley McSpadden, Gwen Carr, Sybrina Fulton, Wanda Johnson, and Valerie Zamarripa reveal how they are united in turning their pain into purpose.
Preacher DeVon Franklin and mothers Lesley McSpadden and Geneva Reed-Veal explain how vital it is to talk about violence, social differences, and race relations to prevent another tragedy.
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