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I ask Maria many questions about her home country and the struggles she had coming to The United States.
On Thanksgiving Weekend Arwen interviews her mother about her childhood in Puerto Rico, and what it was like to parent her.
I talked with my dad about some of the things that sometimes I don't really ask about. I wanted to know more about his childhood in India and what it was like immigrating here. I also really wanted to know...
My mother and I discuss her life in Communist-era Bulgaria, her education, and her immigration to the United States.
This interview was done for the "Great Thanksgiving Listen 2019" on November 30, 2019 with my sister. Since she was not able to make it to Thanksgiving due to personal reasons, I interviewed her while she was in New York....
I understand that was born in and experienced her childhood in different country. I want to ask her about how her everyday life was back then and how she might compare it to her present life in the U.S.
Liberata Ntahundu, a native Rwandanize who fled from her country due to a war that started in 1990 in Rwanda. She escaped Rwanda with her two children and her husband to find shelter in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) which...
My mom talked about the difference between me and my brother, her wishes, and her relationship with her sisters.
An interview with Ulfat Shaikh, an immigrant to the US from India.
Arianna L., an intern at Arts Street, had the opportunity to chat and interview an immigrant from Ethiopia. We bring you this podcast episode to discuss his immigration and life story. Samuel Taye came from Ethiopia and now resides in...
In this interview, conducted on November 2017 in Whitehall, Pennsylvania, Emily Cheng (15) interviewed her aunt Linda Wackily (71) about her younger years and how her life changed when she met her husband. Linda mentions how she met an American...
Maria Tapias shares stories from her childhood growing up in Cuba and emigrating to the United States.
Interview with dad on his experiences immigrating from a different country, generational differences, and spiritual beliefs.
This is an interview about a former citizen of England who immigrated to the United States and started a new life.