Lizbeth & Alicia

Today me and my mom, Alicia, are talking about her childhood and education in which leads to when she came to the USA.

Jennifer Moreno talks about what she’s grateful for as she reminisces life as a migrant

In this interview, Liz Plata (19) interviews her friend Jennifer Moreno (20) about her perspective on Thanksgiving as a Latina. She elaborates on how her family celebrates Christmas more than Thanksgiving as a result of being from Mexico, where they...

11/26/18 – Interview with Dad

There was the mention of the importance of education, life lessons, professional satisfaction and growth, stories of moving between countries (and the courage in doing so), retold WWII anecdotes, globalization, and some dating advice.

Father and Daughter
November 25, 2018 App Interview

I ask my dad about his childhood, family, and his life growing up.

“Richmond is like my second home”- José talks about his life in the US and his love of learning

José Luis and Alison discuss the things he loves about Richmond while also acknowledging the challenges of making a life in a new country. The two also talk about his love of learning, travel, and his future education plans!

“I had a dream to be someone”: Rogelio talks about his life in the US

Rogelio, a Richmond community member, talks with Alison about his early struggles, those who helped him succeed in school, and his passion for working hard to accomplish his goals.

A journey to the past.

This was an interview I did with my mother about her past events and thoughts. The interview took place in the kitchen of our apartment in Orange County. I asked my mom about her childhood and how she was raised,...

Tell me about how we came to live in Chicago

My mom talks about how she had to decide to continue in school or start working. Mainly at our grandparents magazine/newspaper stand. She says, that because she was a teen, and she wanted to get the easy way out, she...

Martha Guillen talks to me about her childhood and the life lessons she’s learned along the way.

I spoke to my grandma about her life and about her growing up. She told me something that totally changes my way of seeing things. She told me that she dropped out of school when she was only 13 years...