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Emily Garcia and Ricky Garcia

Siblings Emily Garcia (23) and Ricky Garcia (26) discuss the destructive effects alcoholism has had on their family and Ricky's struggles with sobriety.

Interview With Arturo Juarez: The Revolving Door Of The Southern Border (Short Version)

I, Elizabeth Juarez (29), interviewed my dad, Arturo (51), about growing up in Central Mexico and crossing the border to the United States in 1989, 1991, and to this day. We talked about what motivated him to emigrate and risk...

En el rancho

lucila tejeda talks about her childhood, her dream job, and more! Only in this interview translated by my mother! you cannot miss it.

My Tata interview

Life growing up in La Calonia and Oxnard in the 1960s and 70s, dealing with discrimination, and putting family 1#

jackson and leo

we interviewed eachother because we’re friends

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Marisol "When the Dreamer stuff passed it was a like an answered prayer…"

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Marisol Roten. Marisol, a Mother of 3, and I have a conversation about her experiences growing up in the Rio Grande Valley. The experience of growing up without her biological father, having...

Adventures of Antima Lopez Bega

Antima Lopez Bega was born and raised in Southern California and her family were migrant workers who picked different kinds of crops throughout California. She met her husband while doing so—they were married 68 years when he passed away in...

A piece of Crystal’s mind

In this interview I ask my sister Crystal questions about what she was like growing up. I also ask about what her life was like from a Mexican American point of view.

La Historia de Mi Papa

A story of my father Marco who is an immigrant, Catholic, and loving person. Listen to this unique, funny and interesting story. / Una historia de mi padre, un inmigrante, Católico, y persona lleno de amor. Escuchen esta historia chistosa,...

Interview with my mom

I take to my mom about her life and what things she has done

Yes, we are illegal.

Finding out my family was actually illegal, years after my parents denied that we were.

"We Come from a Line of Strong Women"

In this recording Abigail Jacobo interviews her mother, Ana Jacobo about her life in Mexico, what it was like to immigrate to the United States, and about her family. Almost 29 years ago Ana came to this country and was...

Regina Dijeau and how she lived her life

Today I interviewed my mom on her experience with life and she told me a lot of personal and fun details. She is a very good story teller and I believe there isn’t a dull moment in this interview. I...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – April of Mission, Texas

"I believe everyone should have their choice." - April Vallejo shares her experience as a young mother who believes every woman should have the right to choose. April attended the local Women's March in Brownsville, Texas with her daughter on...

Immigrants in America: Family separation

Mexican-American family speaks on their experience with family separation and many of the struggles they’ve faced going through this.