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After losing her best friend Drew to a gunman at the Pulse shooting, Sara Elizabeth Grossman has stepped up to make a difference. She runs a communications consulting firm that works with the LGBTQ+ community and their businesses, and is on the board of The Dru Project, a nonprofit advocating for and providing curriculum for gay-straight alliances in high schools, founded in the wake of Drew's death.
Sara is a dedicated advocate for LGBTQ+ youth and gun violence prevention. She believes in the power of storytelling to bridge gaps, foster empathy, and ignite conversations that inspire positive change. Through her writing, she strives to illuminate the human spirit and illuminate the beauty found in vulnerability, resilience, and the shared human experience. Today, we talk about her new book Schnauzer in a Sweater-Vest.
Watch out Florida, watch out Moms for Liberty, this is the book you fear the most and are sure to ban. Released worldwide by Halo Publishing, the book follows Baxter, an endearing Schnauzer, and his assortment of canine friends as they embark on an inspiring journey to the Pride parade. The book highlights the importance of acceptance and unity within a diverse community. As Baxter and his friends eagerly prepare for the parade, they encounter dogs of various breeds, sizes, and personalities, showcasing the beauty of differences and the power of togetherness.
DeSantis is going to hate it, but you won't.
With co-host Brody Levesque