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Tomasz Biernacki’s New Podcast – ‘You Know Me Now’

by February 28, 2022 0

Many Meaningful Movies volunteers and leaders know and love Director, Tomasz Biernacki  who won the 2019 Meaningful Movies Emergent Filmmaker of the Year Award for his work on ‘Trickle Down Town!’ We are excited to announce that Mr. Biernacki has been working on a new and exciting project – a podcast which explores the challenges experienced by our unhoused communities.

The podcast is now live and it represents an ongoing continuation of the film ‘Trickle Down Town’ with an opportunity to go much deeper into the topic of homelessness. The first episode is available now available in your favorite podcast app. You can also find access to the podcast here:

Podcast Description: You Know Me Now is a Seattle based podcast, storytelling and journalism project giving voice to those marginalized in our community. From these life stories we hope to spark conversation and connection. We are doing this with the sole purpose of bringing us all closer together so that we can better address the issues that divide us.

When we listen to those living different lives or views from our own, we begin a journey of understanding. An understanding of not only those around us, but also ourselves. To move forward, we must know that everyone has their own truth. It begins by not being right or wrong, but rather by listening.

Those sharing openly and vulnerably do so with the hope of non-judgment in return. This is the beginning of coming closer.

We encourage our entire Meaningful Movies family of leaders, volunteers and attendees to check out this great new offering!

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