They left in the morning, drove three hours, interviewed Mr. Toledo and his daughter, Sharon, and drove back to the Tsaile, Arizona, campus of Diné College. The interviews went very well and the team is confident they can create a meaningful, accurate and respectful documentary about his life.
Next two photos are by Josh Averbeck.
Along the way, they collected some B-Roll footage of murals depicting respect for veterans, and specifically Code Talkers.
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