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No one can tell the story better than the child who experiences it.

Cobbled Streets collaborated with the team at Better Together Productions to proudly create the unique and powerful documentary, Rebecoming Me. The film depicts the lived experience of five individuals who navigated parts of their childhood within the foster care system. This raw and honest documentary digs into the wins, the failures, and the opportunities we all have to be a better community in support of children in foster care. It shares the real stories that will spark meaningful conversations about how we can all play a role in creating positive change for the foster care system in Colorado and catalyze national reform.

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What viewers are saying...

A documentary revealing the systemic issues of the foster care system that was so eye-opening.

What an accomplishment Rebecoming Me is!! Wow, so beautifully done, so powerful, so heartbreaking and yet heartwarming too. And so, so needed and groundbreaking.

The film was amazing and kept us talking. I was informed and moved. You guys have put something wonderful out into the world that will make a difference in these kids' lives!

We invite you to watch Rebecoming Me streaming on PBS12,
and please encourage your friends, family, and fellow changemakers to do the same.

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After watching Rebecoming Me, we hope you will take action. We need people like you to see the need and respond. A donation from you helps Cobbled Streets:

  • Continue to raise awareness through storytelling and a statewide campaign so our community better understands the current state of our foster care system and the urgent need for change.

  • Give foster kids in Colorado the childhood they deserve by providing them with individualized experiences and enriching opportunities such as equine therapy, guitar lessons, summer camp, and so much more!

  • Work to compel long-overdue, systemic change through public policy and legislation reform.

“We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility.  It’s easy to say it’s not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem. Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.”

 - Fred Rogers


Broadcast Partner:

PBS 12

Created in Partnership:

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