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History and healing after the fire & Bell-McClendon household
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Listening for a Change (Firm)
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Sonoma County Library
Sonoma County Stories -- Voices From Where We Live
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We're in Sonoma to speak to David Bell, Tracy McClendon and their son Kushiel McClendon. They were living in a rental home in a vineyard in Kenwood when they realized they had to flee for their lives.--Chris Smith, introduction. This video includes introduction by Chris Smith; interviews, Phyllis Rosenfield and Chris Smith; video producer, Evan Johnson; translation, Margaret McMillen. Video and transcripts in English and Spanish also available on Internet Archive:; and from Listening for a Change's Fire Projects:
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