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Christal Earle
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Do you have any LGBTQ youth in your life that you care about? You will want them to know about Rainbow Camp. My interview with the camp founder, Harry Stewart, was powerful. I have worked with youth for 20 years. They are our safest investment.
In this episode Harry had me in tears as well, as he shares some of the beautiful things the can happen when you lead with compassion.
Listen at the link below or find us on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.
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This week on the Finding Bravery podcast, I am on a mission to provide inspiration for our listeners in a many ways. Today's inspiration is brought to you by Laurinda Lee​, founder of Kind Karma Company. Kind Karma Co is a jewelry company based in Toronto...but they are not like any jewelry company you have ever seen before. Listen at the link below or find us Itunes or Stitcher Radio.
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When kindness can be downgraded to an act that we can dip into once in a while, it's true power can be held at bay and we don't have to face the truth that is trying to hide in the darkness:

The truth that we are worthy of owning our own goodness.
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You will love this episode! This week I talk with Matt Kooman, director of the powerful movie, "She Has a Name". I LOVED this movie - and can't say enough good things about it!
Matt is from Alberta, Canada and his story is proof that we can all follow inspiration. This film is about experiencing the story behind how trafficking happens and the inspiration to do something within each of us. Listen to our conversation at the link below or subscribe and download at Itunes or Stitcher Radio.
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Ed Wilson is this week's guest on the Finding Bravery #podcast: Why Protecting the poor from violence makes a better world for all
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There's a quick little trick to keeping perspective. Find out how at this week's finding bravery mini-sode. Listen at the link here or subscribe and download at Itunes or Stitcher Radio.
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Zero Waste Fashion is attainable - and here's why. You are going to love my Finding Bravery interview with Rachel Faller​ from Tonlé, a zero waste fashion company based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Listen and get inspired at the link below or find the podcast and download at iTunes or Stitcher Radio. #zerowaste #fashionrevolution
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