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McKenna (15) interviews father (45) about his life, immagration, and family
Teresa Orantes Kane lives a musical life. A retired opera singer and teacher, she graces the halls of Saint Paul Conservatory as a piano student of Oleg Levin. Her credentials as a soloist include performing with the Chicago Symphony, Grant...
My Grandma talks about her journey coming here to the United States from El Salvador. She talks about having to travel 3 times because of her children, the struggles of living in a country that speaks a whole other language,...
An interview with my father’s journey from El Salvador to the United States and his encounters.
Talking with my suegra about her migration experience and why she still feels unwelcome in the US.
He talked about family and how his time away from his family was hard. His biggest influence was his mom.
My stepfather Neftalí Hernandez and I Melany Claros talked about the first time my stepfather met my mother, when he saw me for the first time, what dreams he has of me and if he is proud of me.
I interviewed my mom and asked her questions about her immigration story.
We discussed about the influences that led this family to apply for the NACARA relief program as well as the impacts
We talked about my uncle's childhood. Also, we talked about his military service in his country. About him coming to the United States and How was his journey coming here. Finally, we talked about his life in the United StStates,...
Foster child after the Salvadoran civil war. My mom’s experienced as a foster child.
Kevin Ring (57) and his husband Edwin Reyes (52) consider how Kevin's military background, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, and Edwin's immigration status have affected their relationship. They also share memories from their wedding day and offer advice to those who...
Carolina explains fascinating things like locking her younger cousin in a closet.
Melli (54) talks with colleague Scott Acord (59) about her journey into healthcare and the discrimination her bi-racial daughter faces from the community and her family.
An immigrated mother-of-three speaks on the differences between life in the U.S and life in the war-torn El Salvador.
I asked him many questions about his childhood and Many emotional questions.
My mom had a rough upbringing and it seems to have impacted her life very much, specially as a mother. She’s done a great job raising my siblings and I despite of all the struggles we’ve faced.