Episode 3: “Transparent”

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Student survivors of the Parkland school shooting always have to be on guard.  Something terrible could happen again, any time, anywhere. Keith Secola, father of Native Americana music, uses his power to coax people out fear and isolation in helping the painfully shy sophomore, Kendal Rivera,  blossom from singing only in the shower to finding his gifts as a lyricist and vocalist. Lu Aya, poet activist, helps Kendal learn to channel the pain he’s swallowed into the beautiful words of “Transparent” and “Watering Can Full of Tears.”

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