Thanks and links for Hear My Voice

Posted 12/18/18

Creating “Hear My Voice” with each of you was truly an indescribable experience for me. I was gifted with the opportunity to learn so much from you, and I am grateful to have …

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Thanks and links for Hear My Voice

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To the Voices:

Creating “Hear My Voice” with each of you was truly an indescribable experience for me. I was gifted with the opportunity to learn so much from you, and I am grateful to have met such influential people. This project would not have such an impact without each of your generous spirits, wise words, unique experiences and, most importantly, willingness to speak out. Thank you so much for sharing your stories with me.

Thank you, also, to Rainbow Alley, Hope House of Colorado, Children's Hospital Colorado, The Phoenix, Golden Votes 16+ and Hide in Plain Sight for their help with this project.

To hear more from the voices

Tay Anderson — on Twitter and Facebook

Rokaya Abdulameer — on Instagram

Ikram Zetraoui — on Instagram

Elizabeth Osterhoudt — on Instagram

Chloe McNamee — on Instagram

Codey Carr — on Instagram

Abigayle Post — on Instagram

Wesley Ferguson — on Instagram

Isaiah Alfanso — on Instagram

Cyndy Dominguez — on Instagram

Maria Alsubhi — on Snapchat

Mike Andrews — on Instagram

Ben Yoshida — on Instagram and Twitter

And thanks also to Vanessa Garcia and Brisa Bejanero-Gonzalez for letting me share part of their story.

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