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Rachel Vindman thought she’d be a card-carrying member of the GOP forever, until President Trump called her husband a traitor. Microbiologist Jasmine Clark never dreamed of running for office, but then 2016 happened. Now she’s the first Black woman ever elected to represent her suburban district. A US Air Force Veteran turned economist, Amanda Weinstein used to listen to Focus on the Family and lecture her peers about abortion, until she couldn’t reconcile her faith with today’s GOP. In the ...
 
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This week is Thanksgiving and we thought it would be a good time to focus on family. So in the spirit of spending time with family, today we’re reposting our episode with the one and only Alex Vindman. Earlier this year, Alex joined his wife Rachel Vindman and co-hosts Amanda Weinstein and Jasmine Clark to chat about his book, Here Right Matters. T…
 
On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein talk about how they keep finding the energy and joy in activism. They discuss some of the many battles worth fighting⁠—for example, the undemocratic shenanigans happening last week in Jasmine’s own Gwinnett County or the fact that the right wing actually wants to ban books. The…
 
On today’s episode, Jasmine Clark, Amanda Weinstein and guest host Beverly Batte unpack last week’s election. We had some big disappointments in statewide races (looking at you, Virginia!) but there are so many victories to celebrate on the local level. So many progressive women won their races for school board and a big reason why is that they did…
 
This is a big week! Not only was there an important election on Tuesday, but we got to talk to Alyssa Milano! We also got some disappointing news... it looks like paid leave is going to be cut from the spending bill. So on this episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark and Amanda Weinstein talk about turning our disappointments and frustrations …
 
Today’s episode is about the importance of the upcoming elections on November 2nd. So if you live in Virginia (or anywhere that has an election next week), please vote and make your voice heard! On this episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark and Amanda Weinstein talk about how important it is for Democrats to turn out for their local elections. Jas…
 
On today’s episode, Jasmine Clark, Amanda Weinstein and guest host Beverly Batte discuss the struggles (and successes!) of parenthood. They get real about their own parenting conundrums, talk about mistakes they’ve made (and what they’ve learned), and chat about how to have hard conversations with your kids. They’re then joined by Gina Heumann, a s…
 
On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark and Amanda Weinstein discuss what the heck is going on in Washington. What’s the debt ceiling? Should we eliminate the filibuster? What’s the difference between the infrastructure bill and reconciliation? Are Democrats really in disarray? And most importantly… why should we care? After a quick prime…
 
Women across the country were shocked and horrified when Trump was elected. But we didn’t let that feeling paralyze us—we sprang into action! On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark and Amanda Weinstein discuss how the 2016 election spurred them into getting politically involved. They also chat with Janice Robinson, a suburban woman in No…
 
Today’s episode of the pod is a little different... Amanda Weinstein, Rachel Vindman, and guest host Katie Paris focus on real suburban moms who have been attending school board meetings in their communities. Katie discusses the “Read In” that Red Wine and Blue recently organized at the Ohio Board of Education, while Amanda and Rachel share their f…
 
Maternal mortality, especially Black maternal mortality, is a real crisis in this country. So on today’s episode, Amanda Weinstein, Jasmine Clark and Rachel Vindman cover some of the shocking statistics and share some personal stories from their own life and the lives of their friends. They’re joined by Veranda Rodgers, a suburban mom from Ohio who…
 
On today’s episode, Amanda Weinstein, Jasmine Clark and Rachel Vindman get real about mental health. Covid may have made everything worse, but we’ve had a mental health crisis in this country for a long time and we’re only just now starting to talk about it. After they discuss their own mental health and what policy changes could help us address th…
 
On today’s episode, Amanda Weinstein, Jasmine Clark and Rachel Vindman talk about empowering women and giving them choices... both in their reproductive health and with good economic policies. They discuss their own evolution on the issue of abortion and the importance of the Child Tax Credit, bringing on Kellie Love Titus (a suburban mom and owner…
 
Today, we’re reposting a past episode of The Suburban Women Problem. Before mask mandates were the hot-button issue of the day, the right wing was trying to make us all afraid of Critical Race Theory. And we bet that pretty soon they’re going to try again to make us afraid of an honest education for our kids. So let’s keep this conversation going. …
 
On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark and Amanda Weinstein dig into the pandemic, sharing their anxiety about sending their kids back to school and frustration over anti-vaxxers and how medical science has become so politicized. And this week, Jasmine answers questions from you, our listeners! From “should my kids wear a mask on the pla…
 
On today’s episode, Red Wine and Blue founder Katie Paris is filling in for Rachel Vindman. Katie, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein discuss their experiences with being the only woman in the room. Sometimes it can be tempting to prove to the men in charge that we’re “different." That we’re “one of the boys." But what we really need to do if we w…
 
On today’s episode, Amanda Weinstein, Jasmine Clark and Rachel Vindman dig into burnout. Like so many women in America, all three are busy moms with schedules that can sometimes feel overwhelming. And burnout doesn’t just happen because of our to-do lists and our calendars… it happens when we don’t see hope on the horizon. So Amanda, Jasmine and Ra…
 
Today we have a special episode of The Suburban Women Problem! Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman—AKA the man who testified against Trump in the first impeachment hearing, AKA our lovely host Rachel Vindman’s husband—joins the pod to chat about his brand-new book and why doing the right thing matters more than ever. Rachel, along with fellow co-hos…
 
On today’s episode, Amanda Weinstein, Jasmine Clark and Rachel Vindman talk about taking our involvement to the next level— whether that means running for office, supporting a candidate, joining a grassroots organization, or hosting a podcast! Jasmine discusses what drove her to run for state representative in Georgia, while Amanda mentions her ded…
 
On today’s episode, Amanda Weinstein, Jasmine Clark and Rachel Vindman get vulnerable about their self-love journey. Jasmine discusses the different standards she’s held to as an elected representative than her male colleagues, and Rachel mentions the personal attacks on her appearance that she had to deal with after her husband testified against T…
 
On today’s episode, Red Wine and Blue founder Katie Paris is filling in for Jasmine Clark. Katie, Rachel Vindman, and Amanda Weinstein discuss their experiences with Christianity—especially evangelical Christianity—and how it’s shaped their lives, their perspectives, and their politics. They also talk with Hannah Dasgupta, a mom from suburban Ohio;…
 
On today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein talk about social media. When it comes to Twitter and Facebook, it’s easy to find the bad and the ugly… but what about the good? Social media can be a powerful tool to bring people together and organize around issues that we care about. To learn more, the hosts chat with …
 
On today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein talk about the myth of “pulling yourself up by your bootstraps.” America loves to idealize self-reliance and independence, but the truth is, none of us made it to where we are today by ourselves. So our hosts discuss the family, friends, and community care that helped the…
 
On today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein talk about anger. They discuss the injustices in the world and in their personal lives that make them angry, and how women often aren’t allowed to express anger. And Jasmine reminds us that as a Black woman, she’s given even less space to show her anger because she’ll be …
 
On today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein discuss how women have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic and how we as a country need to value the work that women do, both in the workplace and at home. They reflect on their own experiences over the past sixteen months as they tried to balance work, child…
 
On today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein discuss critical race theory and what our children are being taught in school about race and American history. They talk about the history they weren’t taught when they were in school—for example, about the Tulsa Race Massacre—and how we have to provide our kids with the …
 
On today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein discuss the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death. When George cried out for his mother, moms across America felt that cry in their hearts and began working for justice. But despite a year of protests and conversations, it still seems impossible to gain any tractio…
 
Suburban women helped decide the 2020 election. But we’re just getting started. Are you ready to be part of The Suburban Women Problem? Sign up here to join our amazing community of women. In today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein discuss the CDC’s new guidance on masks and whether they’re feeling ready to jump b…
 
Suburban women helped decide the 2020 election. But we’re just getting started. Are you ready to be part of The Suburban Women Problem? Sign up here to join our amazing community of women. In today’s episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein chat about the Republicans’ growing suburban women problem. First they discuss the …
 
Suburban women helped decide the 2020 election. But we’re just getting started. Are you ready to be part of The Suburban Women Problem? Sign up here to join our amazing community of women. In this very first episode, we invite you to get to know our incredible hosts. Rachel Vindman is a suburban mom with foreign policy chops who left the Republican…
 
Check out The Suburban Women Problem, a new podcast from Red Wine & Blue. Hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein chat with women across America about how politics affects their lives, their families, and how to become a part of the growing “suburban women problem.” Coming May 12th. Subscribe now so you don't miss a thing!…
 
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