Remembering Charlottesville through Song & Action | Becca Stevens, Susan Bro, & Alma Cook

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In this episode of the Braver Angels Podcast, Alma Cook invites activist Susan Bro and singer-songwriter Becca Stevens to reflect on the 2017 Charlottesville rally. The women are connected through the death of Heather Heyer, Susan’s daughter, who was killed while counter-protesting the Unite the Right demonstration. The event sparked something new in both women: in Susan, a new charitable foundation, and in Becca, a song from her last record called “Heather’s Letters to Her Mother.”

Learn about Susan’s work: www.heatherheyerfoundation.com

Learn about Becca’s work: www.beccastevens.com

Twitter: @beccastevensbsb, @hearalma, @braverangels

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