People for Peace and Justice: A Conversation with 2019 Activist Award Recipient Sarah Brown

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Kina Thorpe, Program Coordinator, and Kyle Silliman-Smith, Program Director, invite the Peace and Justice Center's 2019 Ed Everts Social Justice Activist Award recipient Sarah Brown, from Loving Day Vermont, to talk about her activist work and excitement for the award celebration. Peace Activist Robin Lloyd is also a recipient of the award, but she was unable to be here for the show.

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