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9/11 was very polarizing for the nation and changed the life of many Americans.
An interview consisting of condensed childhood experiences based straight from the heart of Peru. Feelings of terror and hope all tied into Celia Ledesma’s past.
I asked my mother 15 questions about the Boston marathon bombing
A detailed summary about the drastically changed lifestyles of the American people after the tragedy of 9/11
The world and the changes within after 9/11 from the perspective of two young, artistic college students in 2001.
This is an interview about my Dad’s perspective on the Oklahoma City Bombings. How it effected him and the world around him. We also talked about terrorism in general.
I️n this interview we briefly talked about her life and what 9/11 was like during the event and how I️t has effected us after.
“On the evening of September 16, 2016 Ahmad Kahn Rahimi, an immigrant from Afghanistan, decided to detonate a bomb outside my window.” Mary West tells the story of how a bomb exploded outside her bedroom and what ensued over the...
In this interview, we discussed world tragedies and potential danger within the government. We also discussed personal opinions on preventative actions.
Life in the 21st century (2018) from the perspective of a married couple born in the 50’s.
In this interview, conducted on November 25th, 2018, in Chicago, Illinois, Lucas Humberto Castro-Hurmpfner(15) interviews Dr. Jose Castro-Urioste (56) about the United States. He first shares about coming to the United States and how he first felt about it. Next...
I interviewed my dad and asked his thoughts and opinions about 9/11 and the impact it had on our country.
A brief personal account of one of the most devastating days in American History.
In this interview, the topic of 9/11 and the history of terrorism was briefly discussed, as well as my father’s personal experience with the impactful event.
My mom came to the United States when she was only 18 years old. Due to the fact that there was terrorism in her country and her parents thought it was best to send her and her sister to their...