EP-300 Briana Brake + Atinuke Akintola Diver of This Belongs to Us
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Tinu Diver has a background in writing, law, and documentary film, and her new project, “This Belongs To Us,” follows the journey of Black women brewers in the U.S. South, and how a craft and tradition that began in Africa became synonymous with white, male, blue-collar identity in the United States. You’ll also hear from Brianna Brake, brewer and founder of North Carolina’s Spaceway Brewery and one of the featured women in Tinu’s film.
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