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Conversations for Change – With Guest, Andrew Moxon (Summer Break 2022 Fan Fav Replays)

The Brave Files
The Brave Files
Conversations for Change - With Guest, Andrew Moxon (Summer Break 2022 Fan Fav Replays)
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Show Notes

The Brave Files
The Brave Files
Conversations for Change - With Guest, Andrew Moxon (Summer Break 2022 Fan Fav Replays)
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This Twitter thread (and subsequent interview) happened many years ago and, sadly, it is as important – perhaps even more so – now as it was then. In a country that seems to be barreling backward at warped speed, these conversations are more important than ever. 

Andrew Moxon was just a guy who liked Twitter and speaking his mind. Then his thoughts turned him into a powerful force responsible for opening the eyes of people all over the world. He’s a writer who went viral on Twitter after comparing microaggressions of general violence towards women to being “kicked in the nuts.” He’s funny, upfront, and entertaining. And he’s a feminist – At a time when America is rapidly removing all rights for women and other minorities. Andrew chooses to bravely start intense conversations in order to create an atmosphere of change. Tune in to learn that we all have the ability to create powerful impact.

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