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When Jo Ingledew went on a research scholarship to Colombo University in Sri Lanka, she didn’t realize that a trip to study coconut emzymes would be interrupted by the beginning of a civil war lasting 26 years.
In this interview Alex jr. and his sweet elderly neighbor Ms. Ferguson talk about her childhood and family.
“We had to flee. We didn’t plan it, just in a matter of two hours we were out of the country.” My name is Puzant Kiwanian and I am 15 years old. The story you will hear in this recording...
My mom told the story of her experience in Burma to Thailand and finally America.
An immigrant mother reflects on her life. Commenting on war, immigration, love and loss.
My grandmother, Ana Trina Hernandez, and I talk about her adolescence and growing up poor and under the rule of the dictator Trujillo. On top of that, we talk about how she met her husband and her raising her nine...
Melissa Mackenzie (68) prompts her dear friend Esayas Asfeha (41) to recount his migration story from multiple refugee camps to his arrival in Missoula, Montana, a 16 year process.
We talked about what it was like for my mom to move to America and leave her family behind.
The experiences of my grandmother during the Spanish civil war and the aftermath.(In Spanish)
We talked about my uncle's childhood. Also, we talked about his military service in his country. About him coming to the United States and How was his journey coming here. Finally, we talked about his life in the United StStates,...
Army Veteran, Sarah Crismon, discusses social issues that have been amplified during COVID-19. She talks economics, politics, and the hyper-polarization of our nation.
Sonia Vela’s story of her immigration to America from El Salvador.
Interview of Gregory Kent Laughlin by Robert Charles Laughlin in Alabama on 11/24/18. The interview deatils the personal life, thoughts on history, and family past of Gregory Kent Laughlin.
How my dad became successful coming from Lebanon during the 1970s civil war
Well my father was born in England and last week he passed his citizenship exam! So I wanted to ask what it meant for him to become and American.
We talked about my dad’s past, his personality, and our family’s history!
“I don’t care what people think, I will do anything and everything for my children.” On December 21, 2018, Daisy Salinas talked about her experience of leaving her home in El Salvador to come to the United States. She explains...
In this interview, which takes place over Thanksgiving break, I interview my grandfather Larry Pirkle about various components of his life. Mr. Pirkle discusses his youth, and growing up in Hueytown, Alabama. After this, he reminisces about his decision to...