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March 16th 2017:PRECIPICE with Annie Levin: A conversation with Andrew Gerber, founder of the American Death Party, a project that asks, 'What will it take for things to end well?'

"What will it take for things to end well? What will it take for our nation and culture to let go of the idea that we are entitled to ever-expanding life without death to feed and nourish it? Maybe we need a movement. A party not seeking votes, but a contraction." So writes Andrew Gerber, founder of The American Death Party--"the party of good endings," a project that pleads for a radical reorientation in how we both live and die. On this episode, we will discuss The American Death Party's foundations, Andrew's ongoing conversion of an abandoned tomato products factory into a residential a

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Host: Annie Levin

Annie Levin is an attorney and birth doula living in Brooklyn, NY. She has worked in the fields of community organizing, conflict resolution, childbirth education and immigration advocacy, serving in settings ranging from schools to hospitals to Capitol Hill. In 2012, she spent four months traveling the U.S. in search of a path forward in these challenging times, and has been following the threads from that journey ever since. She currently serves as a curator for the Emergence Network, a collective that poses the question, “What if the way we respond to the crisis is part of the crisis?” She is a graduate of Harvard Law School and has been a scholar at the Orphan Wisdom School since 201
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Andrew Gerber

Andrew Gerber has worked as a hospice nurse, guitar builder, carpenter, member of a rock band, poet, and teacher. He has degrees in Religion and Nursing. He is who he is because of the gifts he has received from his friends and family, the people of East Africa, and the many people in Chicago who shared a part of their dying with him. He, his partner, and their co-conspirators live in Southern Indiana. They are cultivating a space for grieving and the arts. They plan on feeding people well (on many levels) and welcoming some heartbreaking beauty into their community. If you need a coffin, urn, poem, guitar, sculpture, piece of furniture, urinary catheter, ancestral altar, song, woodcut or
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