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- 2023 Mobile Tour 80
- Taos, NM 30
- Albuquerque, NM 27
- Native Bound Unbound 15
- El Paso, TX 7
- Central Synagogue 1
- Hauser & Wirth 1
- Marfa, TX 1
- Voices of Freedom 1
- Providence 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
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An interview with Kelly Carle with stories from his life as a horseshoer, farrier, and blacksmith
Cousins Carolyn Bornfleth (68) and Adele Johnson (72) remember their ancestor Maria Rosa Villalpando, who was captured by the Comanche tribe in 1760. They discuss how Villalpando ultimately came to lead an independent life in St. Louis, MO and bond...
Siblings Margaret Rodríguez Callahan [no age given] and Robert “Bo” Rodríguez [no age given] have a conversation about their great-grandmother, Rosa Bernal, who was captured and enslaved in Las Vegas, NM in 1860. They mourn her difficult life while also...
Buron "Buff" Buffkin (70) and his friend Joelene "Jo" Wentz (72) talk about how their paths crossed at Food Outreach, an organization providing meals to those living with HIV or cancer. They also describe living through the peak of the...
Joaeph "Joe" Garcia (82) and Jace Freyman (36) talk about their family histories, how they came to their vocations, their economic and socio-political fears and hopes for the country, and the importance of connecting with others.
Long time friends Estevan Rael-Galvez (54) and Edward "Eddie" Joseph Chacón-Lontín (68) share a conversation about Eddie's family heritage, his mother’s practice of silence in the interest of survival, and his experience understanding and embracing his mixed identity. The two...
Kristen Rael Wakfield (40) and her father Anthony Rael (65) discuss their ancestor Mathias Montaño, a genízaro (captured indigenous person of New Mexico), occupying the same land he once lived on, and the research Kristen is doing to better understand...
Spouses Harry DeBruhl Jr. (68) and Melinda DeBruhl (68) discuss Harry's service and time as an air force pilot.