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Susan Kagwiria Manika and Jessica Knarr

Friends and colleagues Susan Manika (53) and Jessica Knarr (36) share a conversation about their unique friendship and experiences working with refugees, police officers, and interpreters. They also discuss cultural differences and working together to build community rapport.

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Stan Young, Dana French, and Vinh Ngo

Colleagues Stan Young (63) and Captain Dana French (84) remember the day when they rescued 262 Vietnamese refugees, including Vinh Ngo (67), and invited them onboard the USS Robinson. Vinh talks about Communist Vietnam and the life he was able...

Steve Desroches and Hannah Clager

Steve Desroches (48) talks to Hannah Clager (32) about her experiences traveling and studying abroad, in particular the intersection of art and human rights, and how it led her to her current work with Crisis Action, an organization that works...

A Stranger in America

The interview took place in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey on December 3, 2017. I chose to interview my dad, Kenny Phung, 48, because he always leaves an impact on my life every single day. My parents are divorced and...

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Elizabeth Elango and Crispin Ilombe Wilondja

Coworkers Elizabeth Elango (46) and Crispin Ilombe Wilondja [no age given] share their stories about coming to Decatur, Georgia and speak about their work with Global Village Project, a school focused on educating refugee girls.

Tara Dhungana's Story

Tara Dhungana talks with Tatiana Friedman about his experience as a former refugee from Bhutan for Westerville Public Library's Westerville Voices project.

Global

In this interview I explore Breanna’s life and also her thoughts on a pressing global issue.

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Rita Blank and Barbara Goldstein

Friends and colleagues, Rita Blank (71) and Barbara Goldstein (63), reflect on how being children of Holocaust survivors has affected their lives and perspectives and discuss their work at the Holocaust Education Resource Council.

How Johanna Saper got her name (and more).

Johnna tells parts of the stories of leaving Vienna, leaving Manchester to the United States, and how she ended up with the name Johanna Franklin.

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Fairy Diamond and Nancy Leed

Fairy Diamond [no age given] speaks with friend Nancy Leed (72) about her family and experience as a refugee to the US from Thailand. She shares memories of arriving, getting settled, and learning English. Fairy and Nancy also talk about...

Tara Dhungana's Food Story

Former Bhutanese refugee Tara Dhungana discusses his food culture and the challenges of adapting to available foods and cooking practices in the U.S. This interview is part of Westerville Public Library's Westerville Voices project.

Kiersten and Adriana: Supporting Joy and Connection with Refugee Girls

Kiersten: 2022-12-05 15:32:50 Kiersten and Adriana discuss GirlForward, a Chicago-based non-profit that supports girls who have been displaced globally by conflict and persecution. The conversation focuses on making connections and finding joy in experiences big and small.

Jeanne El-Hindi discusses her interests in Middle Eastern studies and what life was like in Syria.

In this interview, conducted in January 2018 in Vienna, Virginia, Leigh El-Hindi (16) interviews her mother Jeanne El-Hindi (48) about her interests in Middle Eastern culture and her time spent in Syria. The interview starts with Mrs. El-Hindi's childhood in...

Ilona Nanay and her mom, Julia, talk about life and surviving 2020

Ilona Nanay (31) talks with her mom, Julia Nanay (69), about her experiences fleeing Hungary, growing up in the United States, and living through a global pandemic. Julia shares how difficult it was for her family to start over in...

KIND client Saul in conversation with his KIND attorney Jessica Mols (ENGLISH)

KIND Client Saul fled danger in Guatemala as a teenager and gained safety in the United States with assistance from his KIND attorney Jessica Mols. Saul and Jessica discuss their joy in working together, their love of family, and dreams...

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Brandon Scovill and Jason Smithberg

One Small Step partners Brandon Scovill (42) and Jason Smithberg (46) have a civil conversation about their similar and different political views.

Mike Younis and Eneida Laffont talk about Ms. Laffont’s life and about leaving Cuba to the United States.

In this interview, conducted on November 23, 2017, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Mike Younis(18) interviews his grandmother, Eneida Laffont (93), about her life, including her childhood, her work life and marriage, and her experience leaving Cuba due to communism. She...