Ana interviews her mother, Jessyca, about her upbringing and life experiences

Sociology student, Ana (21) interviews her mother, Jessyca (45), about her childhood, motherhood, career, and path to becoming a U.S. resident and obtaining her green card.

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Vimal Nikore and Sonia Nikore

Sonia Nikore [no age given] talks with her mom, Vimal Nikore [no age given], about her life following the 1947 Partition of India. They discuss education as well as Vimal's decision to immigrate to the United States.

War in India and Immigration Through my Grandpa's Eyes

Rayna John (16) talks with her grandpa, Ulahanan John (80) about his experiences serving in the Air Force during the China-India War and the Indo-Pak war. Also discussed is his experience immigrating from South India to America.

Evelia Jiménez y Marlynn López Benítez

Marlynn Benítez (31) interviews Evelia Jiménez (69) about her experience as a Mexican immigrant in the US. We discuss what it was like growing up in Nayarit and what she learned after her traumatic journey to the US.

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Kara Linn and Susan Mick
November 17, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Kara Linn (60), an executive head hunter from Casper, WY, and Susan Mick (64), a retired math teacher from Jackson, WY, sat down together for an in-person conversation at the Teton County Library in Jackson,...

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Ricardo Mazariegos and Ryo Mazariegos

Ricardo Alberto Mazariegos (57) shares a conversation with his daughter, Ryo Mazariegos (23), about how their family first came from Guatemala to arrive in the United States.

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Kim Le and Duc Le

Kim Le (37) talks with her father, Duc Le (69), about his work during the Vietnam War, his last day in Vietnam, and his experience coming to the United States.

Selena Vasquez and Daniela Serrano get personal with Immigration

In this interview, Selena Vasquez (19) asks Daniela Serrano (19) about her personal experiences with immigration years after her father was detained. As of the date of the recording (10/28/2020), it has been 10 months since the final date of...

We came here for a better life. I am thankful that we found one.

Snejka Sotirova (82) talks to her granddaughter, Deia Colosi (13) about her life during the rise of communism in Bulgaria and their decision to immigrate. This interview was recorded in Port Jefferson on November 24, 2022. The topics discussed are...

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This is the interview where Ana Canales talks about why she came to America and what the American dream means to her.

Meet Ukrainian Folk Artist: Olga Kobryn

Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck interviews Olga Kobryn of the National Ukrainian Women's League Branch 98 of Monmouth County, New Jersey. Olga is a part of the arts and culture committee that produces exhibits and conducts workshops among many other projects....

Rabbi Ori Har (interviewee) and Maya Laur (interviewer)

Ori Har: 2020-06-03 Maya Laur, age 18, talks with her family friend Rabbi Ori Har age 66. They discussed her family history and how her legacy as a daughter of Holocaust survivors impacts her life today and lives of future...

Story Corps with my dad
January 8, 2024 App Interview

This was an interview about my dad telling me about his experience immigrating to the USA.

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Laureen Sinyai and Clare Altland

Clare Altland (36) interviews her mother, Laureen Sinyai (68), about growing up in Bridgeport, CT. Laureen, who was raised in a Hungarian American household, reflects on the diverse immigrant communities in her neighborhood. She also remembers her mother, Mary Willard...

Myhanh’s Immigration Story

Ariana Metzger (13) interviews her mother, Myhanh Nguyen about her immigration journey.

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Alex North and Gene Lauria

One Small Step conversation partners Alex North (33) and Gene Lauria (34) talk about how immigration in their families shaped their beliefs and talk through Alex's dilemma of whether to send his child to public or private school.

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Rosemary Badame, Robert Sima Krkljus, and Chris Brookes

Conversation partner Chris Brookes (73) interviews husband and wife Rosemary Badame (77) and Robert Sima Krkljus (71) about their lives in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and his immigration to the United States.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen: Oliver Wasson and Anja Wasson

For Thanksgiving 2022, Oliver Wasson (17) sits down with his mother Anja Wasson (57) to discuss the concept of family. Anja, who immigrated from Germany by herself, speaks making the transition between German and American traditions.

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Patti Williamson and Vinay Kumaran

One Small Step conversation partners Patti Williamson (54) and Vinay Kumaran (53) have a conversation about pro-life vs. pro-choice and the immigration experience.