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I interview my mom who only speaks Spanish so the interview had to be in Spanish and I asked her a bunch of things from what she did as a child to how she met my dad
A new couple talks about who they admire, regrets, high school, worst dates, family trauma, advice to young people, and ask each other rapid fire questions.
Eduardo Mendez is a husband and a father of three. His shares with me his values for life, love, and happiness.
My Cuban grandmother and I discuss her early life, including memories of school and childhood, while we learn stories of her marriage proposal, wedding day, and even how recent political activities have affected her. She also shares some of her...
I interviewed my mom. She’s a Great person that was born in Cuba and she is A special education lawyer.
Childhood memories, the Cuban middle crisis and advice for President Trump.
I sat down and interviewed my daughter about family connections and writing.
My grandparents speak about how they met in Cuba, what they did for their first date, what their wedding was like, what it was like to raise children in Cuba, and also what it was like to come to a...
We talked about how my father’s childhood was like, and the struggles him and his family went through to get to where they are today.
We talked about my heritage and family and school life in Cuba.
Maria Tapias shares stories from her childhood growing up in Cuba and emigrating to the United States.
We discussed who in my grandmothers life impacted her the most and how her job was a reflection of the way she lives her life.
Learning about what it’s like to be in the Havana as young child during Fidel Castro’s reign and also the troubles of a teenager in Cuba.
Grandmother was Traveling to Miami in the late 60’s. Unfortunately on your flight happened to be a Cuban immigrant who ended up hijacking the plane in order to get back to Cuba to see his family and return home. Unfortunately...
My grandmother lived a very hard life moving from Cuba to Miami. Especially while taking care of her son in the ghettos of Puerto rico
This interview was talked about my grandfather and how he got to this country. My grandmother and how she got to this country and a little bit about my mom.
Xiomara Mora-Lopez (51) speaks with her daughter, Samara Lopez (17), about her life living with HIV, being married and having children and the lessons she has learned.