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- Americandream 1
- Loca 1
- Spanish Honors Class 1
- The Bush School (7th grade global studies project) 1
- University of Tennessee 1 1 more
In this interview my grandpa talks about his life as a child and his family. He will be speaking in English and Spanish.
In this interview, conducted in April 21 2020 in Anaheim, California, Michelle Torres interviews her father Miguel Torres about his childhood, his family and how he came into this country illegally. Miguel shared stories about moments with his mother changing...
We talk about his child hood, school, religion, work, and of COVID-19.
This conversation is in spanish. Important topics were discused such as the Mexico City, 8.0 magnitude, earthquake that occurred on September 19, 1985. Also the Gasoline Explosions that occurred in Guadalajara, Jalisco on April 22, 1992. Along with the first...
I interviewed my mother about the process of immigrating to the United States. From what motivated her to immigrate and bring her family here to how she felt when she was here all alone.
My dad explained how his childhood and family have to do with the person that he is today.
In this interview, Gissell Flores and her aunt, Gabriela Pinedo, talk about some of the lessons life has taught them. Her aunt shares a profound religious experience she had with her younger child, Jacob. She gives teenagers an advice that...
Entrevista a Karla López me ha enseñado vida especial y de sus pasados como presenta la vida ahora como ha cambiado su punto de vista sobre la vida
Talks about early childhood memories and historical events/figures he remembered.
Explains about her childhood & her best memories. The loved ones she lost & misses.
Laura Secchi shares life memories and how changes in her life have shaped who she is
Esta entrevista se grabó como parte de un proyecto para Honores Españoles 218 en la Universidad de Tennessee Knoxville. Entrevisté a un hombre llamado Steve, un inmigrante de Guadalajara, México. Lo conocí una vez antes de esto para una entrevista...
Can immigration ever be too easy? I talked with Maria Davis, who originally lived in Guadalajara, Mexico. She immigrated when she was 5 along with her family, moving to a cotton farm in Corsicana, Texas. Her parents thought that the...