What Being Homeless Can Teach Us About Dignity & Overcoming Division | Morgan Brown with David Lapp

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After enduring significant childhood trauma, Morgan Brown spent much of his adult life homeless. Now an advocate for housing and mental health, Morgan shares his perspectives on trust, dignity, and how “going the extra gracious mile and beyond” can make all the difference—both on the streets and in politics. 

Morgan resides in Montpelier, Vermont, where he previously served on the Montpelier Homelessness Task Force.

We first met Morgan through The Working People’s Project at Braver Angels. Learn more about WPP here: www.braverangels.org/wpp 

Twitter: @braverangels, @davidlappoh

Listen or watch the podcast below. You can also find it on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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1 thought on “What Being Homeless Can Teach Us About Dignity & Overcoming Division | Morgan Brown with David Lapp”

  1. The podcast on Homelessness was excellent. The wisdom and heart from Morgan was profound. Thank you.
    Jim Carroll, Member

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