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- Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati 3
- Portola High School 2
- Dignity not Despair 1
- East English 1010 1
- Future World Center 1 8 more
Our family story covering the immigrant experience via the former Yugoslavia and North Africa, and the Netherlands via Trinidad.
I interview my mother about her experience raising her younger siblings after her parents were imprisoned by the East German government. This is a story of strength, perseverance, and overcoming extreme adversity while remaining true to her family and herself.
In 1971 East Asians were expelled from Uganda and a few lucky Indian families were accepted as refugees to Canada. This is the story of my father for future generations of our family.
Mustapha’s journey begins in Gambia and travels through 7 different countries before reaching Calabria, Italy. Mustapha tells of the great risk as he leaves his family behind to travel for months to Libya. Mustapha tells us of how when he...
We talked about her life as a refugee after the Vietnam War and how she had to travel place by place to survive. She started off in Vietnam, where her poor family had to let her go. She then left...
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.
Thear Suzuki (47) interviews her mother, Esther Ky (81), about surviving the Cambodian genocide, living in a refugee camp, and transitioning to life in the United States when a family decided to sponsor her and her family.
The journey from Bhutan to America. Struggles from Enthic Cleasing Policy set by Bhutan setting 1/6 of Bhutan population to refugees.
This story is about Huan’s (left) childhood and how he unexpectedly ended up spending 2 years in a refugee camp in Japan.
In this interview, Tuan Cao goes into more detail regarding his refugee screening process and his current perspectives on foreign involvement in the Vietnam War.
Leonor tells her story about living is a communist, war torn Nicaragua and having to leave the country with her four small children to live in the US.
A look at one of Nigeria’s crucial disheartening moment in history, the Biafra War, from the view of my grandmother. Note: (my sister is having a tantrum so she’s screaming, sorry)
An interview between a Vietnamese American couple. Husband asks wife about life as the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, being a teacher and mother. What do you want your legacy to be? That is a complex question and the answer is...
Tahir Vitija (51) tells his friend Adil Mohammed (58) about his experience as a refugee both in his home country of Kosovo, in Macedonia, and in the United States. He expresses gratitude for the kindness that he was shown in...
A recognized refugee in Cyprus tells his story about how he ended up in this tiny island country just 100 km away from his hometown in Syria.
In this interview, Margaret Hranowsky talked about her hardships as a child being a refugee and immigrant. She also reflected on her life in a new country and what made her and her family successful in America.
Julian Castro spent several years working with refugee children from Central America and decided to sit down with me on September 8th in Chicago, IL to share his experiences. Julian touches on his time caring for and being a support...
Adele, Sami, and Yorusalem interview Hana H (student)
Andy To details memorable moments from his experience as a boat person as he flees his country in the midst of the Vietnam War. His journey encompassed not only the challenges that came with the harsh living conditions in camps,...
Naysan interviewing his dad about his very long journey from Iran to the United States via Pakistan, Finland, Sweden, England and Israel.
Sunday is a asylum seeker seeking refuge at the Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati living a productive and safe life at the center in Southern Italy. Sunday works doing manual labor on farms around the Catanzaro region. Sunday talks about...
New American Pathways provides more than 5,000 refugees per year with the necessary tools to rebuild their lives and achieve long-term success. One of the programs they offer is Parents as Teachers home visiting. In this interview, Anastasia Hardy, Family...
A psychiatrist takes the unfamiliar role of the one being interviewed. His reflection on being a refugee, father, husband and mental health specialist. Life lessons on doing your best, compassion, and hopes for the future are interwoven in this interview.