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I interview my mom who is 51 about her life in Vietnam prior to moving to the Philippines and the United States. She talks about some hardships our family faced as immigrants in this country.
Asking my Mom about immigrating from Mexico to the US and what life was like after moving.
My grandma talks about her life in Vietnam. She describes how life was during communist control and what made her want to immigrate to America.
Aleister Steadman (17) talks with his grandparents Debra (68) and Leslie (84) Beaumont about their life experiences, growing up, working, and their own personal beliefs. (this is a second attempt recording, so some topics we had already discussed at time...
This interview is with my uncle, Tuan Nguyen, age 41. The topics include thoughts about his childhood in Vietnam and immigration, alongside general life experiences.
Me interviewing my mom about how she grew up, immigration to the US, and historical events that affected her life.
My grandma’s name is Sumalatha Maddisetty and is 67 years old. She is living with me for vacation currently, and will be here for all of June. We discussed about things that happened in her past because she wanted to...
Maria Rosete, my mother, moved to the US in the year of 1980, petitioned by her father at just 13 years old to find a better life. Though of course she had loving memories when living in the Philippines, the...
My name is Louise and my mother is Flavia. We are both first gen immigrants. in this interview, I interview her to tell us her story on what it was like moving to America and what it is also like...
mema and papa were asked a series of questions ranging from childhood to politics and they gave their experiences.
interview about immigration Laos to US
Jenny Kaib Ratigan 84 and Jim Ratigan 83. Growing up in the civil rights movement, protesting the vietnam war, and their experience during 911.
This is an interview I did as a class project. asking a first generation immigrant about their journey to the USA. He gave valuable insight on what its like to me a Mexican immigrant in the US.
I interviewed my mom about her immigration from China to the US.
I(Indy Widlansky, 17) interviewed my Abuelo(José Panszi, 83) about his immigration experience. Also, for whatever reason, I said 2003, but it’s 2023
This interview was conducted for an AP Language project where we were tasked to interview a close elder and give insightful reviews and ask questions so we can further understand how cool our elders really are. I, Seth Greenland(16) interview...
On May 14th, I, Stephany Gonzalez (16), interviewed my older cousin, Catarina Juan (20) for my Service Learning Project about Institutional Racism. She talked about the struggles of race and ethnicy she faced when she migrated to the United States...
My aunt was speaking on behalf of my grandmother and grandfather (Nonno and Nonna). They had left Italy during the year of 1968, and traveled to Brooklyn NY, in order to provide for their family by working.
I asked my mother about how it was immigrating to America and the language barriers because she didn’t know perfect English.
a colorful story of immigration from south africa to america.
immigration and economics
Eliana Abdel-Khaleq, 16, discusses with her father Ayman Abdel-Khaleq, 49, his experiences immigrating to the US officially in 2019 whilst having done his Masters Degree in International Law in the US from 1993 to 1995.
I interviewed my mom (Karina Glosman) about her immigration story, coming from Russia to the United States. We discussed her earliest memories in America, assimilation, financial challenges, her role models, and proudest moments in her life.
I interview my grandma on her life and the story of how she immigrated to America from Cuba. She faced many hardships in her childhood such as poverty and war but persevered and has made a great life for her...
In this interview, listeners are taken on an emotional journey, celebrating the profound bond between a daughter and her late father. We are reminded of the enduring power of presence, and the immeasurable impact that one person's actions can have...