NFAND End of Year Repost - Episode 37 | Soldanela + In Gratitude
Thank you for your time and consideration throughout this open dress rehearsal process of the project notes from a native daughter. It carries on and slowly growing at the right pace and evolving as I do with it. This was a self-imposed exercise that gave me industry at a time when I needed to strive for a purpose. I was a broken lady then, a year and a half ago. And it worked, and the work, the time, the listening, the writing, the research, the people and their stories have made me a better woman and a better person.
Today, at year end and eighty-something weeks and episodes later I can sincerely say that NFAND is a "must do" for me, every week, from the bottom of my heart. It's raw and one-on-one, and it is that intimacy that I stand by. And, I stand by all these talks. These people are thoroughbred people. Noble. Tall order. Our stories.
Adriana Teresa Letorney
Angel Manuel Soto
Arnaldo J. López
George Emilio Sánchez
Honorable Congressman José Serrano
Honorable Fernando Ferrer
Joseph and Gloria La Morte
Liz Guerra and Hector Gerardo*
Luis Fernando Coss
Native Nations March
Pete “Bariman” Miranda
Veronica Sánchis Bencomo
Wallace “Waly” Edgecombe
Yaraní Del Valle
End of Year repost of Episode 37 #ADayWithoutAWoman.
Blessings and providence for 2018.
I look forward to January 20, 2018. I'll be marching with BrickXBrick. Sign up.
Thank you again.
Be safe. Be good to you. And stand against Neo-Facisim.
* Correction: Last week, in the share for Episode 84, Liz Guerra was erroneously presented as Liz Torres for 1Freedom. Since corrected on the platform.