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Sima and his grandma, Irene, talk about Irene’s life the morning after a long day of hosting a 50 person Thanksgiving Day party
My mom and I talk about her experience as an immigrant in the US and how it has changed her life.
Fue una conversación súper linda donde mi madre me cuenta como fue su infancia y algunas cosas de la vida, también con un final con un mensaje para mi que fue muy lindona emotivo.
Kevin Truong (37) speaks with his friend Mariano Ruiz (33) about their shared identity as gay men, their respective coming out stories, and their work in art and activism.
Carina Fernandez (48) is being interviewed by her daughter, Sol Fernandez (13). Carina talks about her teenage years in Argentina, her personal opinions, and her family now living in Miami.
Mike Suba Sr (82) describes his paternal lineage to his son Mike Suba Jr (62).
Me and Silvia talk about the land before now. Listen to childhood.
Gabriela Pataro (59) talks with her husband, Francisco Pataro (69), and close friend, Michael "Mike" Daniel (73) about some of their formative experiences in life. They recall their first meetings, Francisco's life in Argentina and his experience moving to the...
Estela Fernandez, born on December 6th of 1940, is the daughter of European refugees who came to Buenos Aires, Argentina during World War 1. She talks about her fondest memories, such as hanging out with her families on the weekends,...
Interview with my father Federico Wolter regarding immigration of the Wolter family from Prussia in 1924 to Argentina and finally to USA in 1968.
I interviewed my mom Andrea Hansis-Diarte about where she grew up & how high school life has changed since.
An Argentinian musician and cartoonist living in USA for 3 years. Pursuing a Music-performance degree at USM, Flor has explored her drawing skills and developed an incredible talent during her studies. She wanted to share her experiences with her father...
Alberto Ibarguen (79) and his son Diego Ibarguen (48) remember Susana, Diego's mother and Alberto's wife who recently passed away after years of battling ALS. They remember their earliest memories of her, recall her powerful and loving presence, and praise...
In this interview my mom tells me about her childhood and what it means to her to have her own children.
Ninety-one year old Henry Raymont talks about his life and love with help from my mother, Wendy Marcus Raymont, who has Alzheimer’s disease. They live together in Mexico.
I Interviewed Marlania Kim, she immigrated from Argentina although her parents immigrated from South Korea. She came to America because her family thought the U.S would be better for there family because there it was a dictatorship and bad things...
One Small Step participants Tyler Beam (44) and Sarah Davis (40) discuss their experiences living abroad, what it's like pursuing a second career and master's degree in their forties, their political beliefs, and their spiritual identities.
Marius Gherovici (94) talks about his family and his experience pre, present, and post World War II. His experience as being an Ethnic Jew during the German occupation of Romania, and his life during his time of the Romanian Chisnau...
Oscar, born in Siberia, was a toddler when WWII broke out. His father was in the Russian military and could see what was taking place in Europe and became fearful for his family. After a stint in a Polish relocation...
One Small Step partners Currie "Kerr" Thompson (80) and Steve Plotkin (82) share their earliest memories of politics, coming to grips with the United States' racial history, and their concerns for our country.
Hear the story of Hilmar de Moraes, from childhood stories to achieving his job. Listen to his viewpoints and his wisdom. Pay close attention to his knowledge on the society and how to self-educate. Escute a história de Hilmar de...