On this week's episode we welcome the wonderful and wise Millicent Souris. Millicent is the Rescue Food Coordinator at the largest emergency food provider in Brooklyn, called. St. John’s Bread & Life. We talk about growing up in her family's bar, the death of her father and handling grief as a young person just starting their adult life. Millicent has so much depth and warmth and strength, and it was such a rich conversation. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Please note, this episode was recorded on the first day of protests for the murder of George Flyod in New York City. We feel it necessary to mention this, as we do not discuss the protests or the incredibly important Black Lives Matter movement that is currently happening throughout the country. We stand with the protesters and people on the front lines of this movement. We are getting involved however we can, and urge you to do the same.

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