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Tue April 22, 2014
This I Believe Rhode Island: Second Chances
All of us have had one of those really bad days during the course of our lives -- the kind of day that turns into a genuine nightmare, the kind of day that haunts us until our last breath, the kind of day we'd like to erase from our lives if only it were possible. If we're fortunate, we figure out a way to move on, and if we're really fortunate, we manage to turn tragedy into a rich collection of compelling lessons that last a lifetime. And that's what happened with Miguel Rosario, who shares his beliefs in this encore broadcast.
Miguel Rosario spent his earliest years growing up in the Caribbean and Providence. His passion for photography started in 2009, when he began documenting life in his ancestral Dominican town of Moncion. Rosario continues to pursue his commercial and art photography projects, especially at AS220, a non-profit home for the arts in Rhode Island that offers residential and work studios, galleries, and performance and educational spaces.