June 30, 2020

18. The One Where Sarah Talks to Musician Drew Brown About being a Peace Maker

18. The One Where Sarah Talks to Musician Drew Brown About being a Peace Maker

<p>Friends today on the podcast I am delighted to share with you my friend Drew Brow. Drew is an artist, advocate, pastor, poet, songwriter storyteller. As a musician he has played everywhere from large festival stages, churches, concert halls, pubs, and holding house concerts across the country. Drew lives just outside of Toronto, Canada, and engages/encourages people to think about antiracism and how to live out justice &amp; an “open table"-minded presence in their own &nbsp;local neighborhood context. Whether it's spending time with people workshopping ideas around social justice and community connectedness or producing songs and albums for bands and artists – he's driven to reach people through the creative arts. Making Space for community, wonder and gratitude through music and story. Our conversation circled around the active nature of peace making. I am really inspired by Drew and the work that he is doing. I hope that you find the conversation helpful as we do the work of making space and engaging in Anti-racism.&nbsp;</p><p>Episode Information</p><p>Introduction Music &nbsp;“it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound.</p><p>Editing by Steven Burnette from <a href="https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cult-popcast/id1496284954">The Cult Popcast</a></p>--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makingspaces/message


Friends today on the podcast I am delighted to share with you my friend Drew Brow. Drew is an artist, advocate, pastor, poet, songwriter storyteller. As a musician he has played everywhere from large festival stages, churches, concert halls, pubs, and holding house concerts across the country. Drew lives just outside of Toronto, Canada, and engages/encourages people to think about antiracism and how to live out justice & an “open table"-minded presence in their own local neighborhood context. Whether it's spending time with people workshopping ideas around social justice and community connectedness or producing songs and albums for bands and artists – he's driven to reach people through the creative arts. Making Space for community, wonder and gratitude through music and story. Our conversation circled around the active nature of peace making. I am really inspired by Drew and the work that he is doing. I hope that you find the conversation helpful as we do the work of making space and engaging in Anti-racism. 

Episode Information

Introduction Music “it can be done” by Airae via epidemic sound.

Editing by Steven Burnette from The Cult Popcast

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