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Special guest talks about hardships of leaving Iran and what helped a long the way. Sometimes you may want to ask a person like this some questions and wonder what you will find out, this interview answers at least a...
In this interview we talk about my mom’s life in the Philippines and all the trials and tribulations she went through during all stages of her life, from graduating college, to getting a job and moving to the US, and...
Zubair Rushk and Etan Shukri, married Syrian refugees, adopted Daniel and Joyce Romm as their American parents after a chance meeting prompted by a newspaper article.
I interviewed my dad, and even though he hasn’t been in the US for that long he still offered a lot of incite about how he has been affected traditionally, politically, and culturally since moving to the US.
My mom discussed what growing up in a socialist country was like, her education, marriage, children, and memories she remembers.
Dixie Evers (my grandma) had a very nice childhood filled with adventure. Her family, schooling, and jobs, played a big role in who she is today.
How did you feel when you came to the USA and what was it like when you were a child?