48 states. 80 days. 16,000 KM.
“We are a video production on the move, aiming to create content featuring the unheard stories of the diverse populations and vast landscapes across all 48 continental states”
The greatest distance on a 50cc scooter
My name in Navajo means little sister
I am a little sister and I love sheep
That’s why my momma made me this t-shirt
It says little sheep in Navajo.
The streets of Sutter Hill, CA is what I call home
because I live in the streets. I’m a homeless man.
Last year I was given enough money by a stranger
to buy food for myself and someone else.
When I saw a homeless man I decided to buy him a pizza and coke.
When I gave it to him he said he wanted Booz.
I was angry, but when I thought about it I realized
what works for me doesn’t work for everyone.
I should’ve asked him what he wanted before assuming.
Don’t let your past define you.
When you’re in a cell for 23 hours a day everything becomes important, like having clean socks. For Juan, growing up in the Southside of San Jose in low income housing led him to violence, to SanQuentin prison.
During his time time, he sought to pave a different path and upon release bought a night club in Phoenix, AZ where he met his wife, Mirna. Juan continued into real estate development and hydro testing supporting his new community and family. He fights for forgiveness and righting his wrongs.
Katasha and Jo
Living in a town of 40 people everyone to them are family.
Jo’s parents, brothers and siblings surround his home
And those further away are his first cousins.
Family here in Capulin, NM is a way of life
which made their professional decisions a no brainer.
“Katasha is the cook at our girl’s school while I’m the janitor.
We are blessed to be able to be by our girls all day
Every day of the week.”
In 5th grade I told my teacher I’d study medicine in Boston.
In 8th grade my teacher said I should study political science.
Now I’m in Boston and am combining the two as my masters.
Our past constantly shifts. its ok to change our minds,
to explore what we love
its part of growth
Exercising Equal Rights
At 22 I’m the youngest police deputy in the Montgomery, AL
and one of the only women serving.
This has created a lot of chatter.
Positive chatter that is as the woman of our community
are increasingly interested to join the force.
50 years ago our community sacrificed their lives for equal rights.
Today I’m able to exercise them.
A Sweet Make Over
I began my professional career as a boxer and
shortly after I joined the marine.
As I matured I grew close to my guitar
and the sweetness of fudge.
The transition was simple.
I was a warrior and am now a sweet lover