The Pot Roast Years
Finding shared values is a big part of this podcast. I use food conversations as the catalyst to find those connections. I never know where the guests are going to take me in our chats, and that is very compelling, don’t you think?
Coffee addict Reverend Amanda Henderson met me at a coffee shop, naturally, where we talked about tacos, brownies, and how being homeless is not a criminal act in “The Pot Roast Years”, Episode 66 of the Something About Food? Podcast.
Rev. Amanda Henderson has served as Executive Director of The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado since 2014. She is an ordained minister and community leader in Denver, Colorado who brings people together for healing in times of tragedy, and mobilizing individuals and groups in times of injustice.
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