We've been called the 'TED talks of the parenting world,' because we're bringing some of the world's biggest thought leaders into our favorite cafes, bars and restaurants, and turning them into vibrant, baby-friendly spaces to connect, learn and grow. Want to talk politics? Learn to code? Catch a movie? Become an artist? We're creating a space for you to do all of those things, with the munchkin by your side.
Beatrice Fihn, the antinuclear activist, walked into a Tribeca café to address sixty new mothers and their children. “It’s not so different than the U.N., you know,” she told the group. “Lots of crybabies.”
Beatrice Fihn accepted the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of ICAN, and recently talked to the Mindr community at Maman in Tribeca about how motherhood has strengthened her along her journey.
We loved hearing from Amanda Cohen, owner and chef of Dirt Candy (named one of NYC's most difficult reservations to score four years in a row!) over a delectable three course dinner. Check out the snaps.
We partnered with the UN Foundation and the Women's International Forum to bring mamas and their babes together at the United Nations and at sister meetups in 60+ cities worldwide.
Sarah talks about her experience with mom guilt, wonders about dad guilt, and shares some of the strategies she's trying in order to make that "work-life balance" unicorn feel a little more real.