Brian De Los Santos

producer, 'Sonic Trace'

Producer

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Being called gay at 12 years old made me realize who I am.

The Day My Faith Was Tested

Being called gay at 12 years old made me realize who I am.

from Sonic Trace

A 26-year-old student returns to college after failing high school and his family.

A Rainbow After the Storm

A 26-year-old student returns to college after failing high school and his family.

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Abel talks us about growing up gay and undocumented in Los Angeles.

Wanting to Be Normal

Abel talks us about growing up gay and undocumented in Los Angeles.

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