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Conversation with my dad just after his 75th birthday—we discuss family, immigration, inspiration, success, and giving back.
I sat down with my mother and asked her some questions about what it was like for her growing up as an immigrant in the U.S.
Melody goes over her emotion towards immigrating, transitioning, and gratefulness towards China. Later, Sherry and Melody share from each of their perspectives their experience of living with each other.
Jorge Cruz takes the time to talk about his experience about being an undocumented immigrant.
In this conversation with Emanuele Sesta, Paulist Fr. Bernard Campbell discusses his life and ministry as an American priest in Italy. At the time of this interview in 2018, Fr. Bernie was the vice rector of St. Patrick’s Catholic American...
Kaye discusses how the 1908 earthquake in Messina, Italy changes her mom’s life;how her parents meet; and the joy that overcame the sadness of her mom’s death at a young age.
Jessica Vittoriao (20) and conversation partner, Katie Hays (50) discuss their faith, influential individuals in their lives, and having conversations with close friends and family who are not in agreement with their personal political values.
I interviewed my dad on his journey to the US and how it has affected his life
Hardships and aspirations a Moroccan immigrant faced on his journey to America.
After the third(fourth actually, miscount) mic crash, grandma finishes the story about coming to America. During this we also talk about meeting my grandpa and about my dad when he was young
A little conversation with my mom about her childhood in Vietnam and about her dreams for the future.
My grandma recalls her life in Vietnam and America after immigrating.
A mix up that took place at Ellis Island when immigrating from Norway changed our family genealogy tree!
We talk about her experience and issues regarding immigration now and immigration during the ’90s when my aunt first got here. translation Q: when first arriving what did you think that you would stay in this new country for a...
Interview with my older sister about immigration about my grandfather and opinions about it.
My father talked about the different struggles he had coming to America and how living in America is different/similar in Asia. He also discussed his thoughts on the current president’s law on immigration and his hopes/thoughts for the future generations.
We talked about how my father lived in Lebanon and how it was hard and his memories from the past.
In the second part of our conversation, Laura talks about her brother, Ary, the former Minister of Public Health in Haiti who as murdered in 2000. She discusses if she regrets leaving Haiti, and talks about what it’s like knowing...