Thanksgiving Interview :)

My mom, being a first generation immigrant to the United States, spent a lot of her life living around the world, which brought challenges and obstacles that she had to tackle. She describes her childhood and how the little moments...

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Valdir Solera and Syma Mohammed

Valdir Solera Jr. (31) talks with StoryCorps interviewer and friend, Syma Mohammed (33), about his involvement in his community in Mauii getting refugees and immigrants registered to vote, as well as his position as a delegate for Refugee Congress. He...

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Dayene Santo and Diana Guyton

Diana Guyton (22) interviews Dayene Santo (36) about her family's immigration from Brazil and how she decided to open up her own food truck when she was unable to be hired due to her immigration status.

American Studies Immigration Interview

An immigrant from Brazil was asked questions regarding the reasons that he moved.

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...

Reminiscing, Remembering and Rejoicing

Aziza Abutouk a Brazilian and Maher Abutouk a Jordanian both parents living their childhood dream of coming to the United States sit down and answer 5 questions each about their past memories. In which they still hold on to today...

Life of Jaclyn Glombowski Engele

The life of the wonderful Jaclyn Glombowski Engele and her daughter Anais Engele talk about Jaclyn's life and how her daughter Anais was as a kid.

My Isnpiration in life

In this interview that took place in two different locations. Through Skype, Maria Eugênia (19), a Brazilian international student, interviews her mother, Marisa (49), that is current in her home country Brazil. It happened on October, 2017, on a Monday...

. . .all I could hear was the piano from the window. I was enchanted by that sound.

Executive Director of the St Paul Conservatory of Music Cléa Galhano and Administrative Director Laura Nortwen are musicians that breath life and soul into running the conservatory on a daily basis. With this conversation, they learn about each other's musical...

Glenda Miller and Olivia West

Olivia West talks with fellow church member Glenda Miller about her life as a Missionary Nurse in Brazil, people who have inspired her, and how she came to know Christ.

Maycon's Story: A Brazilian American Perspective on Race & Immigration

Lara Mangialardi (28) interviews her cousin's husband, Maycon, (30) about his experience leaving Brazil as a young child for a life in the United States. Maycon's story features his perception of racial discrimination as a social justice issue that is...

Immigration Project

Today I interviewed my cousins wife, Tarcia, to learn out her journey here from Brazil

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

I interviewed my mother, Luciane DosSantos. Born and raised in Brazil, she has many past experiences to share.

Interview with Grandma (Vovo Lu)

My grandma is from Brazil so some aspects of her life, like her childhood are different than most people. I like to hear funny stories about her life growing up to get to know her better and how they impacted...

Luciana Bressan & her grandmother Sylvia Soicher

Luciana Bressan (8 yo) in Austin Tx, interviews her grandmother Sylvia Soicher (77) about her life and meeting her husband, Lulu's grandfather, Oscar Soicher (83). Plus asked about her parents, favorite place & raising her daughter (Lulu's mom, Fernanda Bressan...

Interview with Grandma Roberta

My interview was about my Grandmother and some of her favorite memories, occupations, and all of her travels. She shares fascinating stories both funny but full of interesting detail and facts about her life growing up and her experiences with...

Interview with Larry Winward

We talked about Grandpa's life, especially about his experiences running in cross country, and what it was like at BYU.

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Ken Hoeppner and Karina Ckless

One Small Step partners Ken Hoeppner (79) and Karina Ckless (53) talk about their political values, who influenced their viewpoints, and their transition to living in rural Vermont.