WCQ411 The Next 50 Years

Host: Amy Matheny

Amy is continuing her Santa Fe experience on this Queercast. She speaks with Joy Silver, the President and CEO of RainbowVision Property, about aging, community and living in diversity. Joy discusses the origins of RainbowVision and why it was created, what the many layers of community are, growing older (evolving) and the many amenities and facilities available to those who live at RainbowVision. She also talks about creating a safe place in Santa Fe where GLBT folks could live in the majority.  Where will you be for your next 50 years?

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Music Featured on This Queercast: The Lost Brothers - "Tunnel" and N.E.R.D. & Nelly Furtado "Hot-n-Fun"

Photo Credit Arches of RainbowVision



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