The Life of Tobias Acosta

He is an Argentinean and talks about how he lived in Argentina . He mentions how he wanted to be an actor since he was told he had a special talent for that. But lastly talks about his religion ;...

Immigration

Me and my dad discuss the important national events from his time in Argentina and the differences between there and the United States.

The great thanksgiving listen – Iara rattner
November 28, 2017 App Interview

Mica Carmio was bien in November 14 1975. She was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She later moved here and had me and my two brothers.

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Jorge Quiroga and Martha Ramos

Jorge Quiroga (65) and his friend, Martha Ramos (65) talk about coming to the United States as political refugees in 1979 from Argentina and the torture they endured.

Zelinn Fiore and her grandma, Irene Beatriz Mejia, talk about Irene’s childhood.

In this interview, conducted November 2018 in Mckinney Texas, Zelinn Fiore (14) interviews her grandma Irene Beatriz Majia about her childhood and growing up in the U.S. Irene talks about her family and her childhood. She also talks about school...

The Story of Hilmar de Moraes Part 4

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...

An Interview With My Argentine Grandmother

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,...

Julianna asks her grandmother about life in Argentina

Julianna Mitch (13) interviews her grandmother, Frances Maisano (76) about her life in Argentina versus the United States. She talks about her experiences in school, as well as the journey from Italy to Argentina. Frances also talks about her first...

The Life of Herman van Beek

The life and family of Herman van Beek, my grandfather. He was born in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and grew up during the second Word War under German control. He moved frequently, going to Argentina and Mexico, where he learned English...

El Entrevista Reál

“I was really excited to move to another country and experience new things like skateboarding.” 4:31-5:59 On January 9, 2020, in Los Angeles California, Lela Haro talked to her dad, Jorge Haro, about what it was like to immigrate from...

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Gonzalo Martinez de Vedia and Kathleen Sexsmith

Gonzalo Martinez de Vedia (33) talks with his friend and colleague Kathleen Sexsmith (36) about his work advocating for farmers' rights and immigrant rights as it relates to human trafficking work. He talks about how he came to the work,...

Growing up in Argentina during the transition to democracy.

Silvina Sironi (47) describes growing up in Argentina during the 70's and 80's, as well as her experience with government and democracy both in Argentina and the United States. She is interviewed by her son, Johann Grothues (15).

Persia Gratitude Kim

We talked about what it was like moving to America and being different in a society.

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James Knudsen and Brian Myers

One Small Step partners James Knudsen (57) and Brian Myers (58) talk about their upbringings, the experiences that shaped their career trajectories, and how their political views have changed over time.

Abuela y Sus Experiencias

Vivian Welson is the 86 year old grandma of Isabella O’Brien. She currently lives in England as a first generation immigrant. She grew up speaking Spanish and was forced to move at 10 years old from Argentina to Uruguay because...

Lindsey’s interview

Lindsey talks about her experience living in Argentina.

Oscar Szmuch & Annette Weinberg

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...

Interview With Maria Cappella

In this interview my mom tells me about her childhood and what it means to her to have her own children.

Marius Gherovici: To live, to survive, and a search for new home.

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...