“Make That Dream a Reality” with Denise Soler Cox

Denise Soler Cox (she/her) is an author, film director and an Unapologetically Black Unicorn. Denise shares the concept for “Project Eñye” and how screening #44 changed everything about her film. They talk about “Los Trapos Sucios Se Lavan En Casa” and how Latinx families speak about mental health, how her film sparked something within the viewers to share their secrets and the power of our individual experience.

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Originally published as “Make That Dream a Reality” with Denise Soler Cox at Unapologetically Black Unicorns

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