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Abebeck, a caregiver with PACE, talks with coworker Charlie about Fasika (Ethiopian Easter) and explains this special time in her culture. Also talks about the importance of neighbors, coworkers and participants.
the person that Interview is called Mehari Dante, they are 53 years old and they are a family friends. they talked a lot about childhood memories, relationships with other family/ hard ship of traveling into different country in a young...
Mentor Andi Hoelzel (38) and her mentee, Weyni Kahsay (18) discuss Weyni's experience in the United States since moving from Ethiopia.
Reverend Connie Lee (65) talks with her friend, Lynn Thompson (72), about their friend Charles Black and the various ministries they are involved with at the First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta.
Estifanos and Henrique are two international students who came to America to complete their studies at a university. This interview discusses their experiences with the change, what they plan to do after college, and their overall perspective on coming to...
The Red Terror was the Ethiopian version of Stalin’s purges - and Berihu was right in the middle of it.
Cody Keenan (35) is interviewed by his friend and colleague, Yohannes Abraham (30), about his experiences working as a speech writer for President Barack Obama.
Firtuna’s dad was arrested for religious reasons, and he also lost his father. He ran away to the border of the country to get his freedom. Firtuna and her family followed him.
One Small Step conversation partners Helene Haile (20) and Lili Ford (20) talk about their memories of growing up, adoption and foster care, and assumptions about political affiliations.
Ezra Teshome (62) tells his daughter, Selomé Teshome (32), about growing up in Ethiopia, moving to Seattle to go to school, and his work in insurance.
All about his life in Africa and Illinois
Susan Broitman (76) and her husband Marshall Broitman (76) talk with their son Jed Broitman (45) about how they met while training in the PeaceCorps before being stationed in Ethiopia together.
Talked about my mother’s upbringing and what she is accomplished and what she is proud of.
my dad and i talk about what his life was like at my age(17) and about his experience in prison
My mom has been through a lot in her lifetime, from immigrating to America to becoming a mother of three. She has been able to be the best mom and the hardest working woman I know although she has faced...
Seforah Teferi (17) and her grandfather, Berhane Tewolde (80) talk about why he left a succesful life in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia with his wife and five kids, to start all over in America
Interview with grandma and her sister from Ethiopia
Asking Moges about interesting questions throughout his lifetime.
Hanan shares stories about her “weird” family life.
My name is Samantha, I am 37 years old and I interviewed Amreen, 35, for my communications class. We just met today for the first time, she is one of my mother's work colleagues. We discussed what it is like...
My mom talked about her immigration and struggles she faced to come into America.
This was interview with my mom. I interviewed her on questions based on lessons she has learned and different things in life that has happened to her.
Sharon Ross (45) has a conversation with her father Larry Lee Duncan, Sr. (80) and her great aunt Sarah Petty Smith Mitchell (89) about their family and some of its history in Georgia.
My experience going to Ethiopia and visiting my uncles clinic.
Sharing about family, health, work, childhood and new countries with my father-in-law