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.

from Sonic Trace

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.

from Sonic Trace

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