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We talked about my Dad’s experiences coming to America and living here as a green card holder and then later as a naturalized citizen. We also spoke about his relationship with my mother.
Two individuals. One who has already gone through a tough journey, and one that is just starting out.
Cassie talks about her childhood home, what it was like and how that shaped her as an artist.
Amy Stell: 2020-06-25 21:21:01 Amy Stell (48) visits with her father, Larry Thompson (77) and briefly her mother, Ethwa Ann Thompson (75), about their El Paso connection, meeting mama, and advice for his grandchildren.
I asked my grandmother about her experience with life as a young lady in the Diablo neighborhood in El Paso, TX. Please ignore some of the incorrect facts as her memory is fading. Thank you for listening.
Talking 1 on 1 with a Program Assistant at McConnell hall about family, helping others, where he grew up, and what he wants to do in the future
John Mann is a doctor who has moved a lot in his life and has many pieces of advice to share.
"I never thought our relationship of teacher and student would change". "The journey has been interesting".
My mother decided to conduct an interview, to give us the view of the life of an African American woman from her perspective.
Dr. Craig Field talks about his work in intervention and treatment of alcohol abusers, and the ways minority's are disproportionately treated by society.
I interview my current professor from my Chicanos and Mexicans in the U.S course, Dr. Maria Cristina Morales. She has faced discrimination and prejudice and is also an advocate of using education as a way to fight against the social...
My happy moments were with your Tia Dela.We were so close we never argued with each other .
We talk about her experience in these communities and how she feels about certain topics about being adopted and gay.
A little talk with my grandfather about his life and his memories during Thanksgiving (the great listen 2019)
My name is Eduardo Galvan, I am interviewing my father, Andres Rodriguez, a police officer of the city police department, to gain a better idea of the issue of DWI as well as to understand his story as he was...