Listen to Your Mother 2016 Videos are LIVE!

by leighann on July 17, 2016

LTYM Austin 2016 Stephanie Noll

Photo credit: Casey Chapman Ross Photography

This year, LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER gave motherhood a microphone in 41 cities — over 500 stories told, with thousands of live-listeners in audiences across the U.S. and Canada.

Kristin and I, along with LTYM directors and producers across the country, are thrilled to invite you to experience our extraordinary season featuring powerful voices that capture all facets of contemporary parenting (as well as stories about our own upbringing) including very timely personal narratives given the recent events in Orlando, Baton Rouge, Shaker Heights, and Dallas. On the Listen To Your Mother YouTube channel we feature a variety of playlists by topic, and for 2016 we’ve added two new playlists–one with stories about race, and another with stories from LGBTQ families.

LTYM Austin 2016 Rose Horng

Photo credit: Casey Chapman Ross Photography

You can listen to each and every story from the 2016 season. To watch the stories as they appeared live on stage, click on a city playlist below:

AlbuquerqueAtlantaAustinBaltimoreBaton RougeBirminghamBostonBoulderBurbankCharlestonChicagoDCEvansvilleKansas CityLa CrosseLehigh ValleyLincolnLittle RockMadisonMetro DetroitMilwaukeeNashvilleNew OrleansNorth JerseyNorthern UtahNYCOklahoma CityPittsburghPortlandProvidenceRaleigh DurhamRochester, San AntonioSan FranciscoSeattleSoutheast TexasSouthwest MichiganSpokaneSt. LouisTwin Cities, and Vancouver.

Don’t miss our 2016 Director/Producer playlist2016 featured videos, and 2016 humor videos we’ve selected for your listening and viewing enjoyment!

We’d like to say a big thank you to our National Media Sponsor BlogHer — We’ll see you at our co-hosted Open Mic event at BlogHer in Los Angeles August 4-6th. And if you haven’t already, buy your #BlogHer16 conference pass now with this LTYM discount code!

Listen To Your Mother brought so many people together this past spring on local stages before live audiences, and now–with our video release–we invite the global audience to come closer; to listen, learn, laugh, cry, and maybe even find hope anew. Together.

LTYM Austin 2016

Photo credit: Casey Chapman Ross Photography

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