Diego Tovar and his mom talk about her childhood, her children, and what she is most proud of

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Whitewater, Wisconsin, Diego Tovar interviews his mom about her childhood, her children, and what she's most proud of. Diego's mom Elisa talks about how she was loved growing up and she appreciated...

Maritza asks grandma Vicenta about her childhood.

I interviewed my grandmother Vicenta and asked her a few questions about how she grew up and her life experiences.

Sandy Curiel and her mom talks about how life shaped the way we are.

In this interview , day taken this interview was September 27, 2018 in Bronx Ny , in this interview Sandy C interviewed her mother , Guadalupe Perez about how life has shaped them the way they are. The expectations and...

La Vida Que Viví, y los Recuerdos compartiendo entre tío y sobrina

Es una historia que va más aya de la generación nueva. Es una historia de amor, de progreso, historias que no conocemos de fin a fin. Viene de una persona que conoció dos mundos, y ahora es parte de muchas...

Life growing up

Asked about his life as a child, where he grew up and how it was. Also, his relationship with his family and dreams as an adult.

Noor Abu-Rus interviews her grandma Maria Angela Silmi about her experiences growing up female

In this interview Noor Abu-Rus, A student a Eastern Michigan University records an interview with her grandmother at Maria Angela Silmi. The interview was conducted for an assignment for Noor’s psych of women class during the interview Ms. Silmi discusses...

Antonia’s Interview

Antonia’s journey to the United States, she shares her early childhood in Mexico and her young adulthood in New York.

my childhood

In this short short recording I ask my Hispanic mom about how she perceived me when I was a new born and what she would want for my future kids.

Current and Past Relationships

In this interview, conducted in Chicago, Illinois, Ulises Martinez, my father, shared with me some of the relationships he had with his family and friends. Some of them being very happy and other really sad, he shares what he had...

Great Thanksgiving Listen

My mom and I interview my grandma who lived in a ranch in Tupicocha, Peru. Then talks about moving to a city and then to the US. Including memories of her children, regrets and how she’ll be remembered

Entrevista con mi Tia

This is an interview with my aunt Emily, who majored in Spanish during her time at the University of Arizona. She is somewhat rusty in Spanish and did use English, but she tried her hardest with the parameters.

The life experiences and regrets of marvin morales

In this interview, conducted in December 2019 in Miami, Florida, Angeline Morales(13) interviews her dad Marvin Morales(53) about his younger self and how it was growing up back then. they also talk about life regrets and accomplishments.

interviewing my mom .

this interview is with my mother. my mother has been a very great woman with me she has taught me many lessons .my mother is one of the best person in my life .she is a great mother to me...

Karin and her world travels

Karin tells about her travels and experiences. She gives insight to what it’s like to live in a different culture

storytelling assignment

I interviewed my mom on a couple questions

Andrea y Mamá Rosa

We talked about my grandma’s childhood and life when she was working

Ellers thanksgiving project

His life in cuba and what made him leave, also about stuff as a family that we can all enjoy.

How It’s Like Being the First Child of Immigrants

Jeffrey Solano (14) interviews Evelyn Solano (26) about her childhood experiences as the first child of immigrants.

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Mari Fernandez and Albert Fernandez

Mari Teresa Fernandez (67) and her husband, Albert R. Fernandez (71), discuss memories of growing up. Albert Fernandez describes growing up in the immigrant neighborhood of Ybor City in Tampa, Florida. Mari Fernandez describes migrating from Cuba at seven years...

Great Thanksgiving

l interviewed my mom to see what l didn’t know about her till this day, and it was a great experience. Got a little sentimental, but we were both able to pull through and make this interview worth it. Wouldn’t...