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A 70 year old reflects back on success, money, time, and family in a conversation with her son and daughter.
My name is Evelyn, and I interview my mom Lingling about her childhood in Ping Dong, Taiwan.
From habitat to Habitat. I am speaking with my best friend Misia Krasowski who is the daughter of Polish immigrants. Misia was born in Deerfield, Illinois, and is the oldest of 3. In the interview we talk about how her...
I interview my grandmother about her life in Mexico and what influenced her in emigrating to America, as well as how she got here.
Georgina Solis, a mother of 3
Interview with Harald Herrmann, CEO Second Harvest Food Bank Orange County. The story of a South African emigree who grew up in Anaheim to become one of the top restaurant executives in America and is now running Orange County’s largest...
Vanessa Lee shares memories of her father, Sherman Lee. Impromptu interview by Ken Fong, San Francisco 7/7/2019.
Immigrant LGBTQ stories
Bertha Rubis talks about immigrating from Greece to America, and about her love for her family.
In this interview, conducted in Lafayette, Colorado on May 18, 2019, Vithika Goyal interviews her mother, Komal, about her childhood, education, and personal history growing up in India. This interview seeks to answer the question “how are the histories we...
This is an interview conducted with my father, Mauricio Souza, and his life in Brazil and his journey to the United States.
We discuss my dad’s experiences immigrating to the United States, what success really means, and the importance of passion in today’s day and age.
I interviewed my mother about the process of immigrating to the United States. From what motivated her to immigrate and bring her family here to how she felt when she was here all alone.
This interview is about the experience of Daniel and Sergio, two high school students, coming to the United States.
This the story of my grandfather who immigrated here from India in the late 1960s. He started two very successful businesses that are still thriving today.
We talked mainly about what life was like for my dad when he was a child and how things shaped him as an adult.
We talked about my father’s experience as the child of Jewish immigrants who escaped World War II. He described growing up in an all-immigrant neighborhood in the Bronx in the 1930s.
This story is about Tulu Robi, an Ethiopian native who made it to fulfill his dreams of being successful and prideful of where he is today. His inspiring story tells us of the journeys he made from Ethiopia, to Russia,...
Immigrants come into this country to live a better life but must overcome discrimination and other difficulties to live their version of the American Dream.