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These are a few clips bout the life of my best friend, my Dad…he shares few personal experiences with me in this interview, and his thoughts on his life, and how he looks back at it today…
In this interview, done in San Diego, California, Jade (16) interviews her mom, Ulvia (43), about her childhood, growing up in Mexico. Ms. Ulvia recalls her childhood and the hardships that she faced. She talks about her life as a...
We discussed the origin of his immediate family, and how they along with educational figures shaped who my grandfather is today. He also spoke of his career in the supermarket business, and other jobs he encountered that led him to...
I asked my Dad questions about his mentors, religion, and life lessons.
Mother talks about her childhood jobs and situation. Also talks about her husbands job and how they met.
My mother and I talked about her childhood and memories that she had with our family. She also got the chance to speak about the things she wants her children and future generations to know.
I interview my mom Candace Lopez and ask her about her childhood and about me as a child.
Questions I asked to my mom,as she describes what she went through and what her childhood was like.
An interview regarding immigration, struggle, and hard-work.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in San Diego, California, Laura Torre interviews her mother Panarat Williams about her childhood in Thailand and adjusting to life in America. She also talks about the impact that religion, family, her country,...
In this over the phone interview, recorded in November 2018 in San Diego, California, Leilani Ferguson (16) interviews her grandma, or Lola, Salud Mangahis (75) about her settlement into the United States from the Philippines and her family upbringing. Mrs....
Yumi (51), a mother, talks to her daughter, named Erica (16), about her childhood with relatives that have farming backgrounds, her dating life with movie dates, Fiji honeymoons and raising her moderate and severe intelectually disabled children (including Erica).