64: I’m Still Here – An Interview with Austin Channing Brown – Art of the Sermon

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Guest: Austin Channing Brown – Author, writer, and speaker

Introduction to Austin (0:35)
How and why Austin started work in racial reconciliation (3:52)
Why “I’m Still Here” is a memoir (9:12)
The importance and uniqueness of the voice of Black women (12:13)
Helpful and unhelpful ways to lead conversations on race (16:12)
Why some people of color turn down opportunities to teach or lead discussions (21:39)
Natural communication takes hard work (28:58)
How Austin curates her stories (31:04)
Austin’s growing edges (34:54)
Most challenging project (37:18)
Impactful communicators (38:19)
Recommended resources (39:51)
How to follow Austin (41:07)

Links to things mentioned in the episode

Reaching out to our guest

@austinchanning (Twitter)
@austinchanning (Instagram)
@austinchanningbrown (Facebook)
AustinChanning.com (Austin’s website)

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