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My father and I got the chance to really sit down and speak a little about his experience coming to the United States . There were many things I learned about what it was like when my father first came...
We discuss a lot of heavy topics about her life. My mom teaches me a lot about her history, her dreams, regrets, and what she is thankful for.
In which I interview my mother and i laugh more than I talk. I ask her questions about how she grew up because she loves keeping that part of her a secret.
My grandmother, Ana Trina Hernandez, and I talk about her adolescence and growing up poor and under the rule of the dictator Trujillo. On top of that, we talk about how she met her husband and her raising her nine...
My mother and I talked about her life and my own. She has experienced difficulty throughout her life while dealing with 3 children. She’s a single mother working two jobs. At the moment she feels that we are succeeding in...
When I was 11 my mom made the executive decision to move to Dominican Republic and take me with her. This is the story of how we felt about it.
I speak to my dead Grandfather about his life (and death) in the Dominican Republic and his views on the nation's history.
Jessica Reyes is interviewing Maria Jose Rivera about her life as a college student in the Dominican Republic during Covid-19. Maria Jose Rivera is a young Student in the Dominican Republic, was born November 26, 2002. She has lived there...
My mom and I talked about her earlier years and how she was raised in a foreign country. We also talked about the people who had a major impact on her life and how they changed who she is today.
Yomari shares her story about employment, housing, and food insecurity. She reminisces how vacations back home in Puerto Rico or the Dominican Republic are temporary escapes from the hardships of poverty. Through her work with La Casa Norte she has...
In this interview I talked with my mom about her life and her upbringing. I asked her questions about her motivations and setbacks and how they influenced her today.
Finding out about my father's childhood. How it was growing up in the Dominican Republic.
We talked about his life growing up in the Dominican Republic, and coming to the united state.
Me and Juan talked alot about Juan's transition from Dominican Republic to the United States.
My name is Annabelle Moreno, I am 18 years old and I am interviewing my friend Madison Cockerhan, 18 years old, about a mission trip she took this past summer.